The Wales international spent last season with Tottenham Hotspur, but new manager Nuno Espirito Santo has already stated that he would not be returning for the current season. Bale is willing to postpone his aspirations to play in the MLS in order to finish his Real Madrid deal. The Welshman’s contract at the Bernabeu has 12 months left on it, and there have been rumors that he may want to end it early after falling out of favor at the club.
Bale became nothing more than a glorified spectator under Zinedine Zidane and was eventually permitted to return to Tottenham on a season-long loan last season. Back in north London, things didn’t go quite as planned, with Jose Mourinho starting the winger on the bench for numerous Premier League games prior to his dismissal.
However, Zidane’s resignation, coupled with Carlo Ancelotti’s appointment, has reignited speculation that he would return to Real for the following season. When Bale first joined the Spanish giants in 2013, Ancelotti was in charge, and he was full of praise for the star at his official unveiling.
Bale hasn’t played much in England, according to Ancelotti. “However, he scored a lot of goals and was quite effective, particularly in the closing games when he got more playing time.
Source: The Mirror