Bale will depart Madrid this summer time as his present Los Blancos expires on the finish of the marketing campaign with no likelihood of an extension.
Despite his haul of two La Liga titles and 4 Champions League winners’ medals, Bale’s legacy in Madrid seems more and more damaging for the 32-year-old.
“Gareth deserves all the credit for making it work with us”, as per stories from Daily Mail.
“It’s a disgrace (how he’s been treated in Madrid), what he goes through over there is appalling but he has mental strength I haven’t seen before.
“He is just the most positive bloke you will ever meet.”
Bale’s future is prone to be an enormous focus for Page within the coming weeks as he prepares for his or her summer time World Cup play off and UEFA Nations League marketing campaign.
MLS aspect DC United are rumoured to be monitoring him, as a part of a brief time period deal, with Bale specializing in a attainable place at Qatar in 2022.