Sport How Schalke Superstar Bale in the 2nd league lures

23:50  27 june  2021
23:50  27 june  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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Gareth Frank Bale (born 16 July 1989) is a Welsh professional footballer who plays as a winger for Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur, on loan from Real Madrid of La Liga

Rumours are swirling that Gareth Bale may hang up his boots after the Euros, and 2.Bundesliga side, Schalke 04, have launched a cheeky audacious bid to sign the Welshman on Twitter.

a relegated and a player who has just failed at the European Championship - they fit together?! That thought of the Schalke socials and curl Gareth Bale per Tweet.

Wie Schalke Superstar Bale in die 2. Liga lockt © Provided by sport1.de How Schalke Superstar Bale in the 2nd league Lures

blacksmith Schalke 04 this summer still on the big transfer coup?

probably not. But for a lot of sensation, the relegated from the Bundesliga nevertheless provided when he lured Gareth Bale publicly to Gelsenkirchen.

"Gelsenkirchen is waiting for you, Gareth," it says in a not very serious tweet of the English account of Schalke 04. Thus, the social media department of the royal blue not only prove a belonging portion of self-assay. Who actually believes that a world star like Bale could warm up for German second division football?

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REAL MADRID superstar Gareth Bale recreated his famous Champions League final goal in his living room in an attempt to raise money for charity. The former Tottenham star is sending over £500,000 to NHS Wales, which is likely to be one of the organisation’s biggest donations. Bale also handed over another €500,000 (about £440,00) for hospitals in and around the Madrid area. The Spanish capital has been one of the worst-hit cities in the world during the pandemic, with nearly 8,000 deaths recorded so far.

Footballers are produced and matured with great efficiency in the industrial heartland of the Ruhr Valley, and Schalke are fiercely proud of their role in Germany’s recovery story. Also scoring his first Bundesliga goal on Saturday was Leon Goretzka, an 18-year-old midfielder born in nearby Bochum, nurtured by Bochum, likened to Michael Ballack, and signed by Schalke in the summer for a fee said to be around £3m. As Greg Dyke launches his quest to save the England team, he might want to pay a visit to the city of a thousand fires.

Schalke turns over Bale funny

No, she has also made fun of a little over the leisure activities of the Welsh. Because behind the statement in Tweet, the Schalke put a Golf Emoji, and the tweet was illustrated with a golf course in Gelsenkirchen. ( Schedules & Results of the EM 2021 )

The message behind it is clear: Bale plays with the small ball at least as happy as with the big. From this, the 31-year-old does not make a secret.

After qualifying with Wales in autumn 2019 for the ongoing European Championship finals, he waved a flag, at the stand: "Wales, Golf, Madrid. In this order".

Even then, it crunched tremendously between the superstar and his team Real Madrid.

Bale avoids answers to his future

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I was asked lots of times how Bale would do as captain when he took over the armband from me in 2019, and he has answered that himself. There are many examples of how well he's done, from he way he has looked after young players during games to giving talks to everyone in the camp at the end of them. Some of them would have grown up watching him play and scoring goals to win Champions League finals but then they would meet him and find out he is a genuinely nice guy who makes them feel a part of things straightaway. There is no ' Bale sits here and we sit there' when you join up with

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When he was asked about Denmark on Saturday after his athletic future on Saturday after his athletic future, broke the interview short-performance from .

The game against the Danes also saw three Schalke fans who held posters in the cameras on which was: "Bale, come to S04". This desire took the Twitter department of the Schalke just for the occasion for the Tweet.

Whether Bale could laugh about it is not handed down.

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ESPORT Future on Schalke continued to be planned .
What has already been considered in recent months has been certain for Tuesday: FC Schalke 04 has sold its LEC slot in favor of the non-resident economy. The overall project ESPORT is meant to continue, though a number smaller. © FC Schalke 04 Esports Chief Gaming Officer Tim Reichert provides an ESPORT future at FC Schalke 04 in view.

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