Mercato: Gareth Bale will surprise everyone again

At 32, Gareth Bale would see himself hanging up his boots this summer, at the end of his hearty contract at Real Madrid.

The Welsh winger is no longer concerned at all by his future within the Spanish giant, which he will leave 9 years after his arrival for 101 million euros in 2013. The last interest of the former Tottenham, is the World Cup in Qatar if ever Wales qualify, which will be played in the next play-offs in March. If the eleven leek were to validate his ticket to Qatar, Gareth Bale would then be interested in the idea of ​​continuing his career for another season, or even a half-season if he really wants to tailor-made.

And according to Sky Sports, Bale’s idea is to come home, and so that doesn’t mean the Premier League. The player revealed on the side of the Southampton nursery grew up in Cardiff, and he simply intends to return to the country, to play in the Championship, the English D2. At the moment, two Welsh clubs are in this division, Swansea and Cardiff, who are fighting to maintain themselves. Two destinations which would therefore tempt the left-hander, able to reconcile a return with him, a level of competition sufficient to keep in shape, and golf courses galore nearby. A scenario that emerges even if it will be necessary to beat Austria at least in March, then win a new match against the winner of the Scotland-Ukraine meeting. A hell of a challenge, but one that seems to be the only one that can still motivate Gareth Bale.

Leave a Comment