On loan from Real Madrid to Tottenham, Gareth Bale should return to Spain at the end of the season.

Last summer, Real Madrid managed to remove a thorn in their side by loaning Gareth Bale (31, 9 appearances, and 3 Premier League goals this season) to Tottenham, with his hefty annual salary of € 17m shared between the two clubs. The problem, the Welshman has not convinced, despite a slight burst of pride in recent weeks, and could return to the Spanish capital this summer.

According to information from The Mirror, he will not make any gifts to the White House, which will therefore not need to exhaust himself to offer him a pay cut. According to the British media outlet, Bale will agree to be loaned again to Spurs, or even sold, but not to put aside his Madrid income: in the event of permanent departure, he would even consider claiming the entirety of his last year of the contract, which will therefore end in 2022. A "concern" for Real until the end.