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Gareth Bale will not agree to a pay cut in the final year of his contract with Real Madrid.

Gareth Bale is set to take another loan next season, but not a euro will be given to his club.

This information comes from the Mirror, which notes that the Welshman earns € 30million gross per season, which equates to around € 692,660 per week.

Last month it emerged in various media that Bale would return to the Spanish capital as soon as possible.

Until early February, the striker on loan at Tottenham had played just 229 minutes of Premier League football and 782 minutes in all competitions. However, his impressive performance in a 4-0 win over Burnley changed all that.

It was the Welshman's first Premier League game since 2013 when he played for Spurs in a 1-0 win over Sunderland before joining Los Blancos.

This time around, Bale scored a brace. His first goal came after just 68 seconds, as he also assisted in an assist against the Clarets.

Even Jose Mourinho changed the tone of his speech about Bale. “I know journalists love to make up stories, but there's no coach in the world who doesn't place him when he's in good shape,” he said. "Now he's better than ever, and not just because of the two goals. He has a change of pace, of speed in his actions ... we need his talent."

"In the last two years he had what he had in Madrid," Mourinho said. “Ask them [why it took Bale so long to find the shape]. "Maybe if they answer you, you will better understand why it took so long."

"Maybe patience was the main reason he's reached the level he's shown in recent weeks."