- Gareth Bale could be making a return to the Premier League
- Newcastle United are plotting a surprise move for the Welshman who is not wanted at Real Madrid anymore
- Bale has two more years on his current deal with Los Blancos having joined them in the summer of 2013
Real Madrid outcast Gareth Bale may be returning to the Premier League this summer with Newcastle United showing interests in the Welshman.
The 30-year-old winger is definitely not wanted by Los Blancos boss who already declared him surplus to requirement in his squad.
He was close to moving to China in a mega-deal last August but the club's president Florentino Perez pulled the plug on the deal.
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According to SunSport, Saudi Arabia billionaires are ready to take over the Newcastle once they agree a deal with Mike Ashley.
Meanwhile, Spanish paper Marca claims the prospective owners have made Bale top priority as they hope to pump a lot of money into the club.
The former Tottenham star has made 18 La Liga appearances so far this campaign scoring just three times in the process.
Bale has two more years on his current deal which fetches him about £350,000-a-week and there are very few clubs that can match the competition.
Reports claim Real are hoping to offload some of their key players including Bale, James Rodriguez, and Lucas Vazquez.
Mauricio Pochettino.has also been targeted as a replacement for Steve Bruce once the takeover is completed, prompting a serious push towards the top end of the Premier League table.
Barcelona star Philippe Coutinho could be moving to the Saint James' Park if the deal pulls through.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale has joined the league of sportsmen funding the fight against deadly coronavirus pandemic.
The 30-year-old forward who was linked with a move to China last summer, along with his wife Emma have donated a sum of £500,000 to battle this scourge.
Meanwhile, another €500,000 was given to health service in Madrid, where he and his family have been on lockdown since March 14 as reported by The Guardian.
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