Ramon Calderon suggested that the outcast could even leave free and the future of Gareth Bale at Real Madrid looks grim.
Premier League offer worth €100million for Gareth Bale was declined last year for Gareth Bale, revealed the former president Ramon Calderon from the Spanish side.
In an explosive interview on Wednesday, Bale hit out at Madrid
Bale accused the LaLiga giants of “making it really complicated” for him to move away from Santiago Bernabeu and hit out at Madrid in an explosive interview on Wednesday.
The Wales international was on the verge of joining Jiangsu Suning in July 2019 on the side of the Chinese Super League, only for Madrid to pull the plug on a deal at the 11th hour.
On July 2019 the Wales international was on the verge of joining Jiangsu Suning in July on the side of the Chinese Super League, only for Madrid to pull the plug on a deal at the 11th hour.
Calderon was president of Madrid from 2006 to 2209, he reported that an unidentified English club had stepped forward 12 months ago with a major bid for Bale.
“I know in the last day of the transfer window last year there was an offer from the Premier League,” he told talkSPORT.
“They offered €100m [£89.12m] and Real Madrid turned down that offer because they thought Bale would be a player in their side.”