Gareth Bale gets tempting £1.2m-a-week offer from top Chinese League outfit

Gareth Bale gets tempting £1.2m-a-week offer from top Chinese League outfit

- Gareth Bale could be on his way to joining a Chinese Super League side this summer

- The attacker will earn a massive £1.2m-a-week wage if he decides to join them

- Bale's current deal with Real Madrid expires in the summer of 2022

- The Welshman joined Los Blancos in 2013 and has won 13 trophies while scoring 102 goals in the process

Embattled Real Madrid attacker has reportedly been offered a whopping £1.2 million-a-week deal from top Chinese Super League outfit.

The Welshman, who turns 30 later this month currently earns about £600,000-a-week at the Spanish League side.

Though, the former Tottenham star has three more years on his current deal with Los Blancos, their current manager has told him to find another club this summer.

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And this might be the chance Bale needed to exit the club having being heavily criticised by the supporters.

Sport Bible reports that the former Spurs attacker would earn a staggering £62.4 million and would be regarded as one of the most lucrative football deals in the world.

The publication however claims that the deal might not pull through as Real seem unready to let their former world record signing leave anytime soon.

He was an unused substitute in their final match at the Santiago Bernabeu last season when they lost 2-0 to Real Betis.

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Bale has won 13 titles with the Galacticos - including four Champions League trophies, and scored 102 in all competitions for the club.

The forward has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United and a few other top clubs this summer.

Legit.ng earlier reported former Newcastle United boss Rafael Benitez was recently named manager of Chinese club Dalian Yifang.

BBC reports that the Spaniard left the Magpies early this month after the expiration of his contract, saying that the Premier League outfit “did not share his vision".

The move to the Asian nation will see Benitez replaces Choi Kang-hee, who quit his managerial role on Monday, July 1, "for personal reasons".

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