Gareth Bale is not interested in returning to the Premier League and the Welshman is “quite happy” at Real Madrid according to his agent, Jonathan Barnett. (Goal)

The 30-year-old has endured a tricky time of late at Madrid with the fans not impressed by the Welshman’s dedication to his golf hobby. (The Sun)

“I have no idea what his value is. His salary is quite high and also where he wants to go is very important in his life. I can’t put a figure on it,” Barnett told Radio 4.

“It’s for the clubs to decide what they want to pay for him.

Bale enjoyed six years at White Hart Lane before making the £85million world-record fee move to the Spanish capital in 2013. (Transfermarkt)

“As I’ve always said, he’s quite happy at Madrid. He has a very nice lifestyle, I don’t see why he wouldn’t see his career out in Madrid probably.

“It’s his life that he wants to lead. Financially he will want enough for the rest of his life and all his children and grandchildren. He’s won nearly everything in the world except the World Cup.

“To come back and play [in the Premier League] would be a big thing but I don’t think he wants to do that at the moment as he’s quite happy to play at Real Madrid,” the agent added.

Since joining the Galacticos, Bale has won four Champions League trophies and one La Liga title.

However, there are always fresh rumours to the Welshman’s future during each and every transfer window.

Bale was linked heavily with a move to China where a mega-money contract was awaiting him, but no deal was finalised. (Goal)

Speculation surrounding a return to Spurs seems to arise every transfer window, however, it seems for various reasons the transfer will not happen (The Times).

Spurs Web Opinion

The idea of Bale returning to Spurs was more an optimistic romance story than a realistic move. There are too many factors now which make the move virtually impossible for Spurs to make sense of – despite his unbelievable ability.

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