According to the Times, Real Madrid may show former Tottenham Hotspur target and player Gareth Bale the exit way freely this summer.
Spanish news outlet Marca via Sport Witness claimed last week that Bale could be on his way back to Tottenham after holding a two-hour meeting with his agent.
➡️Bale y Barnett se vieron durante más de 2 horas el miércoles
➡️El galés vive un momento difícil. Barnett ha multiplicado sus visitas
➡️La opción del Tottenham está encima de la mesa
➡️No quiere un culebrón como el que vivió cuando fichó por el Madrid pic.twitter.com/ixcQiLZRxr
— Radio MARCA (@RadioMARCA) May 17, 2019
Bale featured for Real Madrid as an unused substitute during the Los Blancos’ 2-0 home defeat to Real Betis on the final day of the La Liga season on Sunday.
And there has been plenty of reports linking the Welshman back to England this summer after becoming somewhat tired with life in the Spanish capital.
However, reports last week claims Bale’s wages seems to be a stumbling black in him returning to Tottenham, but that may have been something of the past if the report from the Times is to be believed.
It’s claimed by the British tabloid that Madrid may let the Welshman leave the club for free this summer if an interested suitor in his signature are willing to pay all of his massive wages.
But if there’s no transfer fee as according to the Times, Spurs would have to break their wage structure in order to sign the €70 million rated (£61million) this summer transfer window.