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Where is Gareth Bale's next destination after parting Real Madrid?

Where is Gareth Bale's next destination after parting Real Madrid?

The club in China is willing to pay huge salaries to rescue Gareth Bale from Real Madrid, but the Welsh striker refused because he did not want to leave the top career.

After rumors that the club in the Chinese league wanted to recruit Bale, Mundo Deportivo revealed that it was Jiangsu Suning. This team will spend £ 13.5 million each season to make a 30-year-old star. Even so, Bale flatly refused because he did not want to leave the top football.

Bale's future is a topic of great interest at this time when coach Zinedine Zidane publicly implies Bale should leave the Bernabeu. He expressed: "Bale will not play because he is about to leave the club. Maybe he should leave the Bernabeu as soon as possible, if tomorrow is even better. Real has promoted to bring Bale to the new stop.

After the statement from coach Zidane, Bale's agent Jonathan Barnett resented. He criticized Zizou: "Zidane is a disgrace to letting such words go to players who have a lot of dedication to Real. If Bale is gone, he is the beneficiary, not Zidane”.

With Zidane's statement, the relationship between Bale and Real Madrid is probably irreversible. At this time, many big teams are expected to own Bale's signature. They are Man United, Bayern Munich, Tottenham Hotspur and PSG. Among them, Tottenham is the more bright stop for Bale.

Where is Gareth Bales next destination after parting Real Madrid?

After the friendly match between Tottenham and Juventus took place on the evening of July 21th, coach Mauricio Pochettino answered the question about Bale. He said the transfer is the story of the Tottenham leadership. However, he did not rule out the possibility that Bale would reunite with "Rooster".

At 30, Bale is still a world-class attacking player. The biggest problem for the Welsh star is a history of injury. In addition, Bale is receiving 600,000 euros per week (before tax) at Real. If he joins the new club, Bale must accept a salary reduction.