Gareth Bale tips Chelsea to win Premier League title

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Chelsea have been tipped to win the Premier League this season - by none other than Real Madrid star Gareth Bale.

The Blues have enjoyed a strong start to the season, winning their first three games, and Bale believes their squad is the strongest in the league.

The Welshman spent six years across London from Chelsea with Tottenham, before becoming the most expensive player on the planet when he joined Real Madrid last year in a deal worth an eye-watering £82 million.

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However just because he is now plying his trade in Spain he still keeps his eye on the Premier League, and believes Chelsea have the squad to out-gun the likes of Manchester City and Arsenal.

"I feel Chelsea will win (the title) this year," he told BT Sport. They're very strong, so I reckon they'll win this year."

Chelsea will be looking to maintain their winning start when they take on Swansea at Stamford Bridge this weekend.


Even though the transfer window is shut there's still plenty of outlandish rumours doing the rounds - and the latest batch of reports suggest that Chelsea are gearing up to make a £60 million offer for Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Portuguese ace has also been linked with a return to Manchester United, although Madrid are highly unlikely to let their best player leave any time soon.

It was claimed that Jorge Mendes was pushing to move Ronaldo out of Real Madrid and towards Manchester United, although Chelsea are said to have £60 million burning a hole in their pockets.


Chelsea new boy Loic Remy has hit out at Liverpool over his failed move to Anfield. The Frenchman says they were 'dishonest' after he failed a medical to move to Merseyside before the Blues entered the race for his signature.

Remy looked set to sign for Brendan Rodgers' side only for Liverpool to pull the plug at the last minute, reportedly because of concerns over a long-standing heart condition.

"I did not understand Liverpool's decision," he is quoted as saying. "It was not very honest from their side."

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