Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale will reportedly not be moving to a Chinese Super League club this summer.
Zinedine Zidane revealed at the weekend that he was keen for Bale to find a new team ahead of the new campaign as Real look to bring in other players. However, Bale’s representative Jonathan Barrett responded by dismissing the possibility of a loan exit, effectively leaving a departure more difficult to arrange as a result of the Welshman’s wages.
After reports claimed that a club from China was prepared to offer the attacker in the region of £1m per week, it appeared that Bale and his camp were giving serious thought to a lucrative transfer.
However, according to Oriental Sports Daily, terms could not be agreed with any club who had expressed a desire to sign the 30-year-old. Read more