Real Madrid directors are open to the exit of Los Blancos star Gareth Bale as the Bernabeu chiefs are willing to allow him to go for free at the end of the season.
Bale has endured another difficult season at the Santiago Bernabeu with the Welsh star far from his best yet again this season.
With the exit of Cristiano Ronaldo Bale was tipped by many to fire Real Madrid to the next height with more freedom to roam in the attack but the reverse is the case for the former Tottenham Hotspur.
Real Madrid is now willing to get him off their book after blocking him from doing a Chinese Super League outfit last summer.
The report in Marca says Bale is willing to see out his two years at the club, he earns £15.4million salary at Real Madrid, the club’s hierarchy is now prepared to let him leave for nothing.
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has done a lot to get the best out of the Welsh star but it seems none is working aright at the moment and the board is now prepared to let the welsh star leave for free at the end of the season.
Another reason why the Real Madrid hierarchy wants him off the book is the fact that Brexit will become a reality next season and Bale will occupy a non-EU player spot in the squad.