Report: Route out of Real Madrid emerges for Gareth Bale


The future of Gareth Bale at Real Madrid has been hotly discussed since the end of the La Liga season.

The Welshman has been linked with a move back to Tottenham Hotspur with The Sun having reported that the Spanish giants have already offered his former club the chance to bring him back to North London in a £10million loan deal.

Bale’s future at the Bernabeu has come under question following the return of Zinedine Zidane to the managerial hot seat.

According to a new report in The Sun, the 29-year-old is proving to be too expensive for Tottenham to even consider as a loan deal considering the hefty £350,000 a week he earns after tax.

Bayern Munich have now emerged as a potential destination for the winger, who are said to be prepared to cover his salary after losing both Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben.

The publication claims that Bale knows his chances of playing for Madrid are limited and could welcome a move to the Bundesliga side.


We all remember fondly how Bale tore it up in the Champions League for the club during his spell in North London however his wages make it impossible for a deal to happen.


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  1. This is poor journalism and inaccurate information. Fact is Tottenham Hotspur could afford bale’s wages of reported 350k weekly wages just look at drink and food revenues taken at every home game 800 to 860k so it’s clearly a case do poch and levy believe that bale would fit in to our current squad and push us forward or is he too injury prone. Me I would love to see him back but I don’t run or manage the club. So basically stop writing dribble and saying that we can’t afford his 350k a week.


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