Gareth Bale ‘is NOT part of Real Madrid’s plans for next season and the club would like to cash him in’
Gareth Bale ‘is NOT part of Real Madrid’s plans for next season and the club is keen to cash in on him to fund moves for new players’ … despite the Welsh star insisting he will return to Spain after his loan to Tottenham ends.
- Gareth Bale said earlier this week that he intended to stay with Tottenham for just one year
- His agent Jonathan Barnett said his comments were taken out of context
- But according to MARCA, Real Madrid has already made a decision about him
- The Spanish side is keen to cash in on the Welshman to release summer funds
Gareth Bale is not wanted by Real Madrid next season and the club wants to relocate him this summer, reports in Spain show.
The 31-year-old Welshman caused a storm earlier this week when he announced his plan to return to Spain once his lease with Tottenham expires in June, stating that he only planned to spend a year in North London. stay.
His agent Jonathan Barnett later claimed that his client’s comments were ‘completely taken out of context’, adding that it was ‘too early’ to draw any conclusions about where the Welsh attacker would be practicing his trade in 2021-22.
Gareth Bale will not be wanted by Real Madrid next season, according to reports in Spain
Bale stated that he would return to Spain once his Tottenham lease ends in June
But according to the Spanish outlet MARCALaLiga champions Real have already decided that Bale’s time at the club is over and are keen to take his £ 31 million a year salary off their books to get new additions to the squad this summer.
Madrid has been linked to actions by attackers Erling Haaland, Harry Kane and Kylian Mbappé, while also reportedly being in touch with Bayern Munich star David Alaba via a free transfer.
Bale has another year on his contract with the men of Zinedine Zidane once his lease at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium expires this summer.
The Welshman appeared to be returning to something close to his best form, with Spurs scoring six goals in six games between February and March, but Jose Mourinho dropped him for their 2-0 win against Aston Villa after reportedly not covered. the impression was of his work pace.
But MARCA claims that Real and club president Florentino Perez have decided to move him
Gareth Bale’s agent Jonathan Barnett (right) defended his client over recent comments
Bale played just 12 Premier League games this season and sat on the bench for the trip to Villa Park after coming on in the 60th minute of Spurs’s humiliating Europa League exit on the last 16 to Dinamo Zagreb.
Tottenham will pay around £ 250,000 from Bale’s £ 600,000-a-week deal in Madrid as part of its loan agreement.
The winger admitted it was ‘nice to get away’ on international service with Wales in the run-up to their defeat to Belgium and their upcoming games against Mexico and the Czech Republic.
“The main reason I came to Spurs this year was that I wanted to play football in the first place, but at Euro 2020 I wanted to be match-fit,” he said.
Bale appeared to be back in shape, but was dropped by Jose Mourinho at Aston Villa
‘The original plan was to only do a season with Spurs and after the European Championship I have another year to go with Real Madrid. My plan, of course, is to go back and that’s what I planned.
‘I always think that if things aren’t going well at your club, it’s nice to get away. Especially mentally, it can certainly be an advantage to get away from the club environment.
What we need to do now is focus on these few games for Wales, which are very important to us. We forget club life and concentrate on it. ‘
Barnett then disclosed to ESPN that Bale’s comments were simply a statement of fact and not his real intent.
Ramon Calderon suggested that Bale is not happy with how his return to Spurs has turned out
Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon also said this week that Gareth Bale is ‘not happy’ with his return to Tottenham.
“He’s not happy with his time at Tottenham and Mourinho doesn’t seem very happy either,” said Calderon. talkSPORT
“He doesn’t count on him in many games and Bale is disappointed and maybe that’s why he wants to come back.”