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Gareth Bale confirms his stay at Real Madrid: Florentino Perez considering a possible contract termination

According to reports by MadridistaReal, Gareth Bale has decided to fulfill his contract at Real Madrid post which he shall ponder upon his future. This implies that he will not be listening to offers from any other club as of now. It also means that Real Madrid will have to play the Welsh International’s hefty wages for one more year amid their critical financial situation. Although Gareth Bale might not remain a benchwarmer at La Casa Blanca anymore now that his former boss Carlo Ancelotti has taken charge of the club, his wages will still be something to worry about for the Madridistas.

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What Gareth Bale’s agent has said

Jonathan Barnett, CEO of Stellar Group and the representative of Gareth Bale, confirmed today that his client is staying at Madrid and that he will not accept any proposal to concede to any other club.

Barnett’s words to the director of MadridistaReal: “That Bale is staying at Madrid? It is not news. It is not news. We said that he would fulfill his contract and we were also informed that there will be no transfer, they are trash”.

Although some sources report that Real Madrid might terminate Bale’s contract before the commencement of the new season, the Welshman refuses to leave at any condition. Some rather contradictory reports claim that terminating Gareth Bale’s contract is not an option that Real Madrid have and if they do pay him, it will be so that he can contribute his brilliant contributions to the team. ‘Throwing away money’ in the form of terminating Gareth Bale’s contract, is not a viable option for Los Blancos.

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Gareth Bale returns from a year-long loan spell at his former club Tottenham Hotspurs. He had agreed upon the deal by taking a pay-cut just to get some game time, which he was deprived of at Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid. Yet, Real Madrid had to pay a part of his wage at Tottenham Hotspurs.

Due to a feud with former Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane, Gareth Bale had been reduced to a mere bench-warmer at the club. His reluctance to contribute to the club’s well being cost them a lot of fortune and as it now stands, history might very well repeat itself.

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