Gareth Bale could leave Real Madrid for a surprising destination

Gareth Bale is unlikely to remain a Real Madrid player for much longer and he could be joining a club that has been signing players for fun.

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has excluded Gareth Bale from his plans at the club. The Frenchman was a bit insulting in his comments about the Wales international last summer and seemed to be forcing him out, but as it turned out, Bale did end up staying though he is the subject of constant whistles by the fans for his off-field behaviour.

Gareth Bale’s propensity to be out playing golf even while recovering from his frequent injuries is something that has absolutely gotten on the nerves of the Real Madrid faithful and the Welshman then went on to hold a flag in November which said “Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order” which was not seen to well in Madrid and rightly so.

Diario GOL has claimed that Gareth Bale’s days in Madrid are numbered now, but in spite of being unhappy at the Santiago Bernabeu, the winger will display professionalism in order to be in shape for the Euro 2020. However, unlike last summer, there will finally be a list of suitors for the former Tottenham Hotspur forward in this one.

The United States is thought to be an attractive destination for Bale and he is reportedly wanted by David Beckham’s Inter Miami side, whereas the Chinese Super League is also an option and in fact, Bale was indeed close to moving to Asia last summer only for the transfer to collapse due to financial disagreements between the two clubs.

Paris Saint-Germain are now thought to be interested in him and Real Madrid will not stand in their way should they wish to sign Bale. The two clubs enjoy very good relations and in an attempt to land Kylian Mbappe in the summer, the Whites may also be willing to give up on a bit of transfer fees should PSG sign Bale instead of some other club.

Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have also shown interest in Gareth Bale of late. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side is in need of an experienced frontman and Jose Mourinho is okay with swapping Christian Eriksen for Gareth Bale given the fact that both players are unhappy in their current surroundings and are looking to move elsewhere.

Where do you see Gareth Bale following his football at the end of 2020?