Neymar To Barcelona And Gareth Bale To Real Madrid – What A Battle That Would be?

So it is now officially confirmed. Brazilian star Neymar has signed for Barcelona and from the next season will be seen at Nou Camp along with Messi and Iniesta. But this may not be the only big money signing that is destined to happen in the La Liga. Real Madrid, who have lost to their Liga opponents in the race of Neymar and are sure to speed up their pursuit of Bale. Recently their sporting director Zidane has mentioned that Bale is a top quality player only behind the likes of Ronaldo and Messi and he would be welcome to Real Madrid. This statement has again fueled speculation about a possible transfer and we decide to look at the two talented players who can take the La Liga by storm from the next season.

Neymar

The Brazilian prodigy will be a perfect fit for the Catalan club. With David Villa set to move out of Spain, Neymar will have left side of the attack to exploit. The very idea of a frontline comprising of Neymar, Messi and Pedro will send chills through the spines of many defences. He can provide the cutting edge that Barcelona had been lacking all throughout the season and his presence is bound to have a huge impact on their game. He is a precise passer, an accurate finisher and above all oozes sharp intelligence on the field in his movements. Barcelona will go from strength to strength as his game develops but he must be provided the time to settle down in his new home first.

Gareth Bale

Real Madrid have wanted him for a long time and now with Spurs missing out on the Champions League spot, his transfer seems even more likely. He has been the solo factor in the Spurs team for which they were clinging on their hopes of a fourth place in the league. Now if he moves to Real Madrid, the scenario will be somewhat like this. Ronaldo on the left flank, Ozil attacking from a central position and then Bale from the right side of the pitch. Do we need to say anymore or is the picture crystal clear? If this transfer goes on, despite Neymar and the Barcelona team, Real will be the side to beat next season!

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Written by Dinesh V

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