Gareth Bale must sacrifice up to £70MILLION in salary to quit Real Madrid
GARETH BALE will be forced to take a potential £70million decrease in salary should he wish to leave Real Madrid F.C in the mid year following six years.
The 29-year-old is public enemy No1 at the Santiago Bernabeu, with an astounding 87% of fans wanting him sold at the end of the season.
He has been booed twice by the Los Blancos faithful in three days, with Real suffering humiliating back-to-back home thrashings by Ajax and F.C Barcelona.
His agent has revealed fans should be ashamed of themselves over the criticism Bale has endured, while Jonathan Barrett likewise marked the supporters as a disrespect.
But it looks unlikely that he will return to the Premier League with English clubs powerless to manage the cost of his mammoth £650,000 seven days compensation.
The Welsh winger will have three years left to run on his deal in Spain at the end of the campaign, amid which he will gain an amazing £101.4m.
With Eden Hazard poised to leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, the Blues realize they need to acquire a world-class substitution.
If Bale does decide to leave Real, then it would be advantage Spurs after they secured first refusal on the forward as a major aspect of the arrangement when they sold him.
While it has been claimed that Madrid could offer the North London side £50m-plus Gareth Bale for Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen.