Real Madrid is at it again with one of their 31 years old Wales international valued asset, as they are planning to pay him off his deal, so that he can leave the Santiago Bernabeu by becoming a free agent.
The 31 years old speedster Gareth Bale have tried to force a move to the Chinese league last summer, but Real Madrid blocked the move then, and stated that they still need the service of the speedster at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The same actions that prompted Gareth Bale to push for a transfer out of Real Madrid have repeated itself again, and this time around, Real Madrid have decided to let go of the 31 years old Wales international.
According to a Spanish news outlet Mundo Deportivo, Real Madrid have decided to end Gareth Bale's contract by paying him off, so that he can leave on a free transfer this summer.
Gareth Bale with four other Real Madrid players are said to exit the club this summer, following a lack of playing time for the Spanish league giants.
However, the exit of Gareth Bale will definitely open way for another summer signing for the club.
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