Gareth Bale’s fate at Santiago Bernabeu has been a hot topic in the media for the past few months. There is a lot of speculation about his career, mainly because of the slump on his performance this year. You could tell his performance was below the expectation and he doesn’t contribute that much this season. No wonder this condition has raised questions about his future with Real Madrid, whether he’ll stay or let go.
Gareth Bale himself reportedly wants to leave Santiago Bernabeu in the next summer transfer window and move back to Premier League. The Former Tottenham Hotspur player is getting frustrated by his latest condition in Santiago Bernabeu and wants to leave.
Gareth Bale was once the most expensive footballer in the world but now has been in a flop. So it’s really normal if Real Madrid wants to release him soon.
There is a report that said Gareth Bale considering for moving back to Premier League, but unfortunately, there are not suitable suitors so far. His transfer rate is pretty high for his age and his wages are not a joke. He’s not affordable at all.
Gareth Bale Will Leave Bernabeu And Will Leave Soon
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has made a decision about Gareth Bale. He has told the Welshmen his career at Santiago Bernabeu is over and he will be sold this summer. These statement has stopped further questions about Gareth Bale.
Gareth Bale was fell out with Zinedine Zidane last season in the remaining weeks of his first stint as Real Madrid’s manager. Last summer, Gareth Bale was set to seek an exit from the club, but surprisingly, Zinedine Zidane rocked Real Madrid by resigning less than a fortnight after they won their third consecutive Champions League title.
Gareth Bale has met with Zinedine Zidane this week and the Frenchman told his winger he was not part of his plans and should leave once the season finished.
It’s widely known that Manchester United is a long term admirer of the winger, but their interest has cooled since Jose Mourinho left the club. Sadly, only a few clubs in the world football could afford Bale’s wages, not to mention his injury records has decreased their interest towards him.