Gareth Bale’s agent confirms where the Real Madrid forward will go

Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has been the subject of transfer rumours, now the agent of the Welshman has revealed where he may join if he leaves the Los Blancos.

Gareth Bale could move to the Premier League if the correct offer comes in, as indicated by his specialist, who additionally said the Real Madrid winger is similarly glad to see out his contract, but an arrival to England is “possible” for the previous Tottenham man.

The Wales international assumed a featuring job in last season’s Champions League last triumph over Liverpool before proposing in the fallout he could leave Los Blancos because of an absence of playing time. But the takeoffs of mentor Zinedine Zidane and star man Cristiano Ronaldo seemed to open the entryway for Bale to expect a key job at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Be that as it may, he and the club have persevered through an intense year, with Zidane back in charge and Bale dropped from the squad for last Sunday’s 3-2 prevail upon Villarreal. Agent Jonathan Barnett has played down discussion of the previous Tottenham man coming back to England before, yet he surrendered a sizeable money related bundle may now be sufficient to arrive him.

“It certainly is possible if somebody puts their hand in their pocket and pays us what we think he deserves. You shouldn’t ask [how much]; it’s going to be a lot of money,” he told Sky Sports.

Zidane demanded he was not communicating something specific by forgetting Bale for the Villarreal amusement, however, Barnett does not trust the mentor rates his player. However, Bale stays under contract for an additional three years and isn’t pushing for an exchange.

“He wants to stay. I’m not sure that Mr Zidane wants him to stay. But at the moment, Gareth wants to stay. He’s got a contract and he’ll quite happily see it out until 2022. He has been, in my opinion, one of the top three or four players in the world, but this game is a game of opinions and Mr Zidane doesn’t think that. Good luck to him, it’s his opinion and he’s entitled to it. I won’t criticise him,” Barnett said.