On loan to Tottenham, Madrid is ready to bear Bale’s salary: ok ball

LONDON – Tottenham Hotspur’s ambition to repatriate Gareth Bale seems near the end. The White Lili now only has to discuss the agreement regarding the salary with Real Madrid because the player will be on loan.

As is known, Gareth Bale no longer feels comfortable grazing together The whites. The 31-year-old player is increasingly marginalized and only becomes a bench heater in the second era of Zinedine Zidane’s leadership.

The Welsh national player almost left in the winter of 2020 to the Chinese Super League. However, Real Madrid President Florentino Perez blocked the transfer. Now, it seems that nothing else will stand in the way of Gareth Bale’s departure.

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Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano announced that Tottenham Hotspur and Real Madrid are in discussion about the number 11 player’s salary payroll. This is because Gareth Bale’s payment of 17 million euros (equivalent to Rp.297 billion) per season will damage Tottenham’s salary structure.

“Tottenham Hotspur and Real Madrid are discussing details about Gareth Bale’s salary. Spurs won’t want to pay more than 50%. Now only Real Madrid, which always asks other clubs to pay 100% of their salary if they want to borrow Bale, “said Fabrizio Romano on his Instagram account. @fabriziorom, Thursday (17/9/2020).

“However, the player was very pushy because he wanted to leave Real Madrid. “The desire of the player and this salary issue can be the key to finalizing the agreement,” continued the 27-year-old man.

Furthermore, Fabrizio Romano denied reports that Dele Alli was included in Gareth Bale’s loan package. The English player was indeed offered by Tottenham Hotspur to be loaned out to another club. However, Real Madrid has no interest in using his services.

Real Madrid made Gareth Bale the world‘s most expensive player when he was recruited from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2013. The Spanish giants need to spend up to 101 million euros (equivalent to Rp1.76 trillion) to bring him to the Santiago Bernabeu.

Gareth Bale’s record with Real Madrid is actually not that bad. Throughout his seven seasons in Spain, the Cardiff-born player was able to contribute 105 goals and 68 assist in 251 appearances, despite being hit frequently by injuries.

During that time, Gareth Bale successfully collected several important trophies at Real Madrid. He won four Champions League trophies and two Spanish League titles. Now, his story with the club from the capital city of Madrid will soon come to an end.

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