Barcelona’s MSN trio is history after Neymar’s departure to PSG, and Real Madrid’s BBC could also disintegrate soon.
The Barcelona – Real Madrid rivalry has been reduced recently to their attacking power and sensational trios: MSN (Messi-Suarez-Neymar) and BBC (Bale-Benzema-Cristiano). But after Barcelona lost Neymar, who transferred to PSG this summer, Real Madrid are also on the verge of selling Bale, and so the legendary trios will no longer exist.
According to The Sun, Jose Mourinho has not given up to the idea of bringing Gareth Bale to Old Trafford. If Zidane was reluctant to sell Bale one year ago, it now seems like the French manager is not worried anymore about the potential damage that Bale’s sale will have on his team.
Zidane is very happy with the development and current form of Isco and Asensio and he sees them as first team options, ahead of the Welshman, who has spent a lot of time injured. Although officially Zidane denied the possibility of Bale’s departure, an important bid could make Real Madrid think about cashing in on a player that has only played half of the minutes he could have played since he joined the Spanish club, due to injuries.