By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to ESPN, Gareth Bale will not be moving to Chinese Super League team Jiangsu Suning. The publication said his family did not want to move to China.
In addition, Jiangsu Suning only wanted to take on Bale for free. However, Real Madrid wanted a transfer fee.
The Chinese transfer window ends on Wednesday, according to ESPN. The Telegraph previously Bale was close to agreeing to a £1 million-a-week salary with the Chinese team.
Despite this dilemma, Real Madrid will still try to move Bale. Manager Zinedine Zidane has previously said that he is hopeful that Bale would move on in the summer.
“Bale did not play because he is very close to leaving,” Zidane said after Real Madrid defeated Bayern Munich 3-1 in a International Champions Cup game. “We hope he leaves soon. It would be best for everyone. We are working on his transfer to a new team. I have nothing personal against him, but there comes a time where things are done because they must be done, I have to make decisions. We have to change.
“The exit is the coach’s decision, and also of the player, who knows the situation. The situation will change, I do not know if in 24 or 48 hours, but it will, and it’s a good thing for everyone.”
Bale has been part of Real Madrid since the 2013 season. He has appeared in 155 games, he has scored 78 goals.
The Cardiff, Wales native also played for Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur. Bale played with Southampton in 2006 and parts of the 2007 season.
He then moved to Tottenham Hotspur in 2007, where he played through the 2013 season. He made 146 appearances and scored 42 goals.
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