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Gareth Bale Transfer News & Odds

Gareth Bale

Tottenham Hotspur Odds: 11/8

Tottenham Hotspur under Antonio Conte have seen moments of brilliance at times throughout the season with having the double over Manchester City in the Premier League, however, the team seems to fall short when it comes to sustaining that quality on a consistent basis.

These stellar performances from Tottenham tend to be produced by Harry Kane and Heung-min Son as the pair have scored a combined 25 of Tottenham’s 47 league goals this season.

This may suggest that Spurs need another attacker to share out the goal tally and Gareth Bale could be just that, with Bale scoring 16 goals and getting three assists in 34 appearances across all competitions on his loan spell at the club last season. Bale may be able to help Tottenham change a few more of those dropped points into wins.

With the new loanee Dejan Kulusevski heading back to Juventus at the end of the season the club may see it more beneficial to bring in a player that the fan’s already adore and has had impressive form whenever he has put on that Spurs shirt.

Bale is priced at 11/8 to join Spurs for a third time - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip!

Cardiff City Odds: 3/1

At first glance, Bale to Cardiff City may seem peculiar however it makes perfect sense.

Bale is a player now who is heading into the twilight of his career, if he’s not there already and returning to his hometown of Cardiff could be the ideal fit for a player who has only made five appearances this season for Real Madrid.

The Bluebirds are sat comfortably mid-table in the Championship this season, however, they are struggling for goals as they currently sit on a -11 goal difference. With a player of such high quality in Bale, a move to the second division in English Football would allow that quality to shine through and potentially lead to an astounding season for the Bluebirds.

Don’t forget that the pull of Bale for the club’s business side would be immense as well as the Welsh media and Cardiff fans adoring their national team captain, a move back home doesn’t seem off the cards for the winger at the end of his contract.

Bale is priced at 3/1 to join his hometown club.

Newcastle United Odds: 5/1

Newcastle United are heading for a very exciting future right now, with the club seeming destined for relegation at the start of the new year, although they have turned it around since with help from the new January signings of Kieran Trippier, Chris Wood, Bruno Guimaraes and Matt Target and now sit in 14th place and nine points above the relegation zone.

Despite the impressive form the magpies have had, they are still struggling for goals and currently have a goal difference of -17. Gareth Bale could be the answer to that problem, with his well-known finishing ability and impressive aerial attributes as well, the Welshman could offer Newcastle United different options within the attacking line up whether that is as a winger or a striker.

A figurehead like Bale could be a positive sign for the future of Newcastle United as it could lay the foundations for a push next season for the club to reach European football for the first time in a decade.

Newcastle are priced at 5/1 to acquire Bale this summer.

MLS Odds: 8/1

The MLS has seen the migration of several European footballing stars over the last decade, with names such as Steven Gerrard, David Beckham, David Villa and several more, could Bale be the latest star to be added to that list?

With the Welshman only receiving five appearances this season from his current club Real Madrid, a move to the top division of United States’ football could be just what he needs to start putting minutes on the pitch once again.

The forward’s high quality would be able to shine through in a league with a growing market domestically and globally, which could allow Bale to remind the world of his talents all over again.

Additionally, the media in the United States tends to idolize these European superstars as players such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic was displayed in a positive light across all forms of media and was encouraged to be genuine to himself in interviews as that is what the fans want to see from the biggest names in football, and Gareth Bale could be just that.

Bale has the odds of 8/1 to make a move to the MLS this summer.

Rangers Odds: 14/1

Rangers have had a resurgence in recent years with winning the Scottish Premier League last season and are in contention for another league title this season once again and are interested in the Madrid winger.

After recently securing Bale’s international teammate in Aaron Ramsey, there may be an opportunity for the club to use that link and secure the talented winger in the summer at the end of his contract. Bale recently spoke about Ramsey after the Wales versus Austria game where he said:


Bale will be 33 next season and there’s little possibility of securing another high-profile transfer nearing the end of a great career. However, he definitely has a couple of years left in his game and Rangers could explore the opportunity in case the attacker accepts a wage cut in the future.

Rangers are priced at 14/1 to sign Bale on a free transfer.

Southampton Odds: 16/1

Southampton are a side that sits firmly in 11th place in the Premier League, however, struggle with a lack of consistency when it comes to sustaining positive results and are without a win in their last four games in all competitions.

Following Southampton’s recent takeover, Bale could be an acquisition for the club that cements their placing within the Premier League.

Bale came through Southampton’s academy from the age of nine. He went on to make 45 appearances for their first team when they were in the Championship.

By 2007, he earned a transfer to Tottenham. Therefore, having a previous relationship with the club that started his incredible career could play a factor in securing his name for next season.

Additionally, with Southampton’s top scorer being Armando Broja on nine goals, another great finisher wouldn’t be a bad idea for the saints to make in the summer at the end of his contract.

Bale is priced at 16/1 to return to St Mary’s.