Bale looking at Ozil's Madrid mansion

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Real Madrid's latest Galactico Gareth Bale replaced Arsenal-bound Mesut Ozil in the final days of the transfer window - and he's now looking to move into the German's old Madrid house, according to the Daily Mail.

The report claims Bale and his partner Emma are looking to buy Ozil's £1m mansion in the Spanish capital, located in the upmarket La Moraleja district of the city.

Other Real Madrid players to have called the area home, which is known as the Beverley Hills of Madrid, include Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham.

But it's one of several properties under consideration by the Welshman and his family. On the pitch, Bale marked his Real Madrid debut with a goal in the 2-2 against Villarreal last weekend.

Ozil's house has been up for sale since the ex-Madrid playmaker moved to Arsenal in a £42.5m deadline day transfer.

That deal was completed after Tottenham and Real Madrid sealed the protracted world record breaking £86m transfer for Bale in the days before the deadline.

The former-Spurs star is currently staying at the luxurious Sheraton Mirasierra Suites Hotel in northern Madrid but the house hunt is ongoing.

Like Bale, Ozil made his debut for his new team at the weekend, and the Germany international took just 11 minutes to make an impact, providing the assist for Olivier Giroud to open the scoring.

Arsenal went on to beat Sunderland 3-1 on Saturday and the Gunners face Marseille in the Champions League tomorrow.

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