Real Madrid are getting desperate to offload Gareth Bale this summer. The 31-year-old does not feature in the club’s plans for the 2020-21 season and Madrid really want to see him leave the club. Various reports from Spain and England have confirmed that the Spanish giants have offered Bale out on loan to both Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United.
Bale will be sent on a full season loan at one of the Premier League giants and to make that happen Real are prepared to pay 50 per cent of Bale’s wages. The deal will also include an obligated buy clause to sign the Welsh winger on a permanent deal for a bargain €25m next summer. At this point it is unclear if either Tottenham or United have interest in such a deal.
Meanwhile Bale has returned to Real Madrid on Wednesday following a week on international duty with Wales. The winger has been spotted at Madrid’s training ground but he has not been seen training with the group. There have been rumours that Bale has been told he will not be allowed to train at the club if he rejects to leave the club. Earlier on Bale’s agent stated that his client is happy at Madrid and that he is ready to sit out the remaining two years of his contract without playing.