Real Madrid will seek to ‘loan out’ Gareth Bale this summer after a hard time getting a potential suitor for a permanent exit.
The Welshman has made himself disliked this season during the match against Athletic Bilbao at Bernabeu on Sunday. The 29-year-old had to face the whistles from the home crowd due to his poor performance in the game against the Lions.
Madrid’s coach, Zinedine Zidane is considered to be evaluating his options by preparing for the summer sale in the Spanish capital. As per Marca’s reports, Bale will find himself facing the exit door by all means, with a loan that includes an option to consider buying in any loan agreement.
The front page of the Spanish sports daily featured the heading that reads – ‘Madrid proposes to loan Bale’, followed by the assertion that despite the plan to sell, the thirteen times European champion has failed to draw any earnest bids for the former Tottenham star.
The Spanish Marca continues to state that the Welshman’s high wages and his past injuries, which the AS claimed last month has observed Bale playing barely 47 percent of the possible minutes he could have done since joining in 2013, have hindered any offers.
The prospect of the 29-year-old at Madrid appears to be coming to an end although he expressed his wish to remain in the club.
According to predictions, the Spanish giants are reckoned to create an impression during the summer clearouts, with Eden Hazard among others likely to take Bale’s place in Zidane’s squad.
Bale has a record of scoring 14 goals, adding six assists and has made 40 appearances in all campaigns so far but it appears this season did not work out quite well for the Welshman.