Gareth Bale won’t return to Tottenham
Real Madrid’s winger Gareth Bale isn’t interested in returning to Tottenham and doesn’t consider this transfer possible from a financial point of view.
After Zinedine Zidane’s return to Madrid, rumors spread that the club would put Bale on transfer. This seems to be a logical measure, given the Royal Club’s need for money for the line-up renewal and dissatisfaction that Gareth’s fans have been expressing during the season.
On Tuesday, rumors appeared in the British press that Bale might return to Tottenham, from where he was bought for £86 million in 2013.
However, the Daily Mirror has learned that Bale is in no hurry to run away from problems. In addition, Gareth still has three full years under a contract with 600 thousand pounds a week salary, and for these three years, he will be able to earn around 100 million pounds.
Buying a player who will turn 30 in July, and with such a huge salary, doesn’t fit into Tottenham’s transfer policy, and Gareth is well aware of this.
Manchester United were called the other contender for Bale, but The Independent claimed that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wasn’t interested in the Wales national team player.
According to the publication, Bale told his friends that if he was destined to leave Real, then he would go to the club of the highest rank – options like leaving for China are excluded.
(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)