It seems like a saga going forever, where Gareth Bale will go if he finally leaves Real Madrid. Before every season the same question arises, and the guesses include most top clubs in Europe. Now even the names of Chinese clubs have come to the picture, we’ll show you the favorites in Gareth Bale’s next club odds.
We heard it all before: Gareth Bale is not happy at Real, he doesn’t get enough playing time, the fans don’t like him and he doesn’t have a great relationship with his manager. Even though it all started perfectly in 2013 when he joined Real for a then-record fee. But after a glorious start with two Champions League titles, scoring the winning goal in 2014 final and in the penalty shoot-out two years later, something went wrong.
He was suffering from injuries a lot and played much less even if he was fit. Still, in the 2018 Champions League final he managed to score two goals as a substitute, winning the game for the team. But in spite of all these successes, fans didn’t love him. And many people around the world wondered how long will he actually stay in Spain. So now we have the question again, will he move this winter transfer period?
Gareth Bale’s next club odds favorize his return to Tottenham
According to online sportsbooks in the UK, the new manager of Spurs, Jose Mourinho would love to sign Bale. Especially as Harry Kane is out for months due to an injury. But not everyone is a huge fan of the re-signing of Bale as they think it would be going backward. Still, most of the fans would be happy to see Bale again in a Tottenham shirt, with the team being in a rubbish form this season. Surely Bale could help them to score goals, and assist the players with his fantastic balls.
He has already spent six successful years at the club and became a star player there. He was worth more than €100 million to Real to buy him in 2013. So there’s a chance that he will move back to his old club, the odds are 3.13 at 1xBet.
Moving to China is still an option
Gareth Bale’s next club odds also mention his move to a Chinese club as a possible option. Actually last July he was close to a move to Chinese Cup Jiangsu Suning according to his old-new manager, Zinedine Zidane but his move didn’t go through. But after many players choosing the well-paid and less stressful Chinese league like Carlos Tevez, Hulk or Oscar, Bale can actually follow their samples. At least it looked like an option until recently. But after a new Chinese rule introducing a 3 million salary cap on every foreign player and the recent spread of coronavirus, his move to Asia is not very likely now, with the odds of 21.00.
Other applicants for Bale
The biggest issue with Bale’s move to Tottenham can be the money. The North London club could only pay him a smaller salary and they are not willing to pay the transfer fee that Real paid for him 7 years ago. But there might be another Premier League club who can afford all this for Bale, Manchester United. The Red Devils are also in need of a forward after losing Marcus Rashford for months. According to online gambling sites in the UK, Solksjaer would love to sign the Welsh. United’s interest for Bale is not new, as they tried to sign him before Tottenham and also before his move to Real, failing both times. The odds for United to sign Bale now are 26.00.
We shall see if any of these clubs will succeed this time, or he will just stay at Real for a little more.