Real Madrid are set to send out of favoured winger Gareth Bale on a loan to reduce financial burden.
Real Madrid’s former president Ramon Calderon has announced that the club plans to send the Welshman Gareth Bale on loan after he refused to join the team to travel to England at Etihad stadium for the champions league clash with Manchester City where they were knocked out of the competition.
The ex-president believes that Laliga could send the wantaway winger on a temporary deal.
“We have done that before, it wouldn’t surprise me if they let him go on loan and paid part of the salary.
“It’s a pity to see a player like him in the stands. I think his skill and talent has not gone, he is still a good player who could play at a high level at any team in the world. Therefore I think they will have to find a solution to end this agony for the sake of both sides.
“If he doesn’t want to reduce his salary, which will be understandable, they will have to find another way to finish this situation.”
The former Tottenham winger has fallen out with Zinedine Zidane on his second spell as manager of Los Blancos.
Bales earns a whopping £400,000-per-week and recent happenings has shown that is a loss to Madrid especially this financial crisis of coronavirus.