Gareth Bale: Blocked move to Premier League

Gareth Bale: Blocked move to Premier League

Gareth Bale: Blocked move to Premier League

Gareth Bale has requested a move out of Real Madrid but the La Liga Champions blocked the Welsh international from moving back to the Premier League. Bale has said on multiple occasions that he would consider a move back to top flight english football, he is blaming the Spanish club for not allowing him leave despite his wishes.

Bale will be joining up with his Welsh team mates this week in their fixtures against Finland on Thursday and Bulgaria on Sunday. He expressed that “it's nice to feel appreciated” when he's playing for the Welsh national team.

Wales vs Finland on Thursday 3rd September, Kick-off at 7.45pm
Wales vs Bulgaria on Sunday 6th September, Kick-off at 2pm


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Bale spoke with Sky Sports about this matter: "I think everyone knows how much I love coming away with Wales. It's nice to be back at a place where you are a little bit more appreciated and supported by your fans no matter what."

Will Bale be moving this Summer’s transfer window?

Bale has expressed his wish to move to a club that would “appreciate” him. The Welshman has said that he wants to continue playing football and would consider a move to the Premier League if “those options arise”. He also said “we have plenty of time in this transfer window and a couple of others as well. Time will tell but mainly I think the reason is that the decision is in Real Madrid's hands.”.

Only time will tell if Bale will move to the Premier League or any other top flight league but the decision is purely within Real Madrid's hands and any move will have to be approved by them while he still has a contract, his contract is set to expire on 30th June 2022.

In the last transfer window, Real Madrid blocked a move for the Welshman to the Chinese Super League, he was offered £1m a week on a 3 year contract but the deal was left too long to complete and the closing of the Chinese transfer window meant that a possible move would have to wait.

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