Zinedine Zidane reportedly doesn’t want Gareth Bale around at the club next season and is prepared to let him leave at a cut price to ensure that he is off the books.
Gareth Bale’s future at Real Madrid looks bleak after the return of Zinedine Zidane, Metro reports. Bale was said to be considering his future at the club after he was benched for the Champions League final against Liverpool, but was prepared to soldier on once the Frenchman departed shortly after.
However, the report states that the relationship between the duo hasn’t improved since Zidane’s return and that Bale is once again open to leaving the club.
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Zidane too is keen to see the back of him and has reportedly ordered the powers that be at Real Madrid to sell him in the summer, even if it means that they have to accept a cut price deal.
The club had initially slapped a £100 million price tag on the Welshman but is now reportedly willing to take a significantly lesser amount in order to get rid of him.
Although, the player’s £500,000 pounds a week wage demands is said to be prohibitive to any club willing to take a chance on the injury-prone 29-year old.