Euro 2020’s end means that it’s once again time to focus on the transfer market, so here we take a look at the best odds on Gareth Bale and his next club.
Despite failing to find the back of the net this summer, Bale played a key role for Wales, as the Dragons reached the knockout stage of the competition for a second consecutive time. The 4-0 defeat against Denmark in the round of 16 was a tough pill to swallow and although the Real Madrid man didn’t shine, he still remains one of the top-tier players in the game.
The futures of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Harry Kane and Erling Haaland are all under the spotlight right now, but Gareth Bale is another big name who might change clubs this summer. The 32-year-old spent the last season on loan at Tottenham, but he has another year left on his contract with Real Madrid, so he is expected to return to the Spanish capital.
However, due to his controversial behaviour and extremely high salary, it’s unlikely that the Welshman will extend his contract and this makes the best odds on Gareth Bale’s next club an intriguing market. Are there any clubs ready to gamble on the ageing superstar, or will Carlo Ancelotti decide to keep him in Madrid?
Considering his history with Tottenham and the fact that he spent the last season with the London club, it’s no surprise that Spurs have some of the best odds on Gareth Bale. Tottenham’s chances of securing Bale’s signature are priced at 5/1, but his £600,000 weekly wage at Real Madrid means that the Welshman will have to take a serious pay cut if he is about to remain in London.
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According to reports, Cardiff City are also serious about bringing Bale back to his homeland and at 11/8 the Welsh side is actually leading the race in the market for the best odds on Gareth Bale’s next club. Once again Bale’s salary remains the biggest obstacle as there is no chance Cardiff can afford to match his current wage, especially considering that they will ply their trade in the Championship next season.
Chelsea are behind in the best odds on Gareth Bales’ next club, as at 20/1 they are more of a long shot, while Manchester United’s chances are priced at 25/1. Manchester City are 50/1, while Arsenal seem an unlikely option at 100/1. Foreign clubs are also in the running, with PSG at 20/1 and Juventus at 25/1 ahead of the likes of Bayern Munich and Inter Milan who are both priced at 33/1.
However, MLS teams are also highly interested and part of the market for the best odds on Gareth Bale’s next destination. David Beckham’s Inter Miami are very interested according to the bookmakers and their chances of landing the Real Madrid man are rated at 10/1 with William Hill.