Gareth Bale Transfer News: The Welsh international’s contract with Real Madrid is set to end at the end of the 2021/22 season. Owing to this, Bale would become a free agent in June.
Real Madrid have already confirmed that they won’t be extending the contract of the four-time Champions League winner. Hence in this article, we will look at four options that Gareth Bale could choose at the end of the 2021/22 season.
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Newcastle United have reportedly been linked with Gareth Bale in recent months. Hence the Welsh international could choose to return to the Premier League with the Magpies.
The new Saudi-based owners are looking to invest heavily in the Tyneside club. Hence a big-money signing of Gareth Bale is certainly on the cards. Bale’s experience could be very vital for a club aiming to play in European competitions.
Bale has scored an astounding 107 goals in 258 appearances for Real Madrid over the years. Hence Newcastle United could certainly use the 32-year-old winger’s expertise and precision in their setup.
The Welshman was loaned to Tottenham Hotspur in the 2020/21 season. Though Bale showed glimpses of brilliance, he was not able to cement a position in the starting XI. Nevertheless, he did score 16 goals in 32 appearances for the club.
Antonio Conte is currently on the lookout for a winger to add to his squad. Hence Gareth Bale could certainly fit the Italian manager’s profile. The Spurs are on the cusp of Champions League qualification. Hence recruiting Bale would become even more fruitful.
The Welshman is a Tottenham Hotspur legend. He has scored 71 goals in 200+ appearances for the North London club. Antonio Conte has revived the careers of many players over the years. Hence he could possibly do the same with Bale.
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Gareth Bale may also have an option to move out of Europe at the end of the season. The Welshman had previously gotten a tempting offer from a Chinese club but he eventually chose not to go there.
Salary could play a key role for the Real Madrid star and hence a move to Qatar, Saudi Arabia, or the United States could be on the cards. The 32-year-old is yet to attract an offer from a club outside of Europe as of now.
Rumours have been suggesting that Bale could retire at the end of the 2021/22 season. But we certainly hope that these are not true. Nevertheless, this could depend on the Welsh National Team.
Wales are one step away from qualifying for the FIFA World Cup 2022. The Dragons will face either Scotland or Ukraine in the European play-off final to determine who goes through. Hence it is certain that Gareth Bale would play-on if Wales qualify for the World Cup in Qatar later this year.
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