Gareth Bale has become a problematic figure at Real Madrid this summer. Following a turbulent season, the Welshman has fallen out of favour with fans, and he also doesn’t figure in the plans of head-coach Zinedine Zidane.
It is apparent that the La Liga giants want to offload the 29-year-old, who is currently on £350,000 wages after tax. However, Los Blancos might find it difficult to sell Bale on a permanent deal this summer.
Premier League sides like Manchester United and Tottenham have refrained from registering their interest in the injury-prone player as his salary could disturb their wage structures.
However, according to the latest report from the Sun, German champions Bayern Munich could be interested in season-long loan for Bale. Bayern have lost Arjen Robben and Fran...