Real Madrid Extend Bale’s Contract

Real Madrid Extend Bale’s Contract


Real Madrid board is working to secure the future of the club. Cristiano Ronaldo is about to extend his contract and now is the turn for Gareth Bale, who will renew his contract until 2021, according to the Spanish newspaper Marca.

The Welshman contract end in 2019 and the club wanted to extend the period until 2021. With the contract extension, Gareth Bale will also earn more money. Now, the British winger will be the second highest paid player in the squad after Cristiano Ronaldo. Bale will earn more than €10M per year, according to the press.

Bale has confirmed himself as a leader of the team. The Welsh finished in great form the last season, while Cristiano was injured, and he guided the team to win the 11th Champions League trophy. After, in the Euro, he proved himself as a leader with Wales and arrived until the semifinals of the tournament. At the beginning of the current season, Bale has also scored two wonderful goals to lead Real Madrid’s victory over Real Sociedad.

Taking this in consideration, Real Madrid board didn’t want to let the Welshman go away. The club want to secure the future tying up the best players. Gareth Bale will be the first one, then Cristiano Ronaldo and also the young Odegaard.

Gareth Bale arrived at Real Madrid in 2014 from Tottenham Hotspur after a record transfer fee of €100M. In his first season, Bale scored very important goals in the final of Copa del Rey against Barcelona and in the final of Champions League against Atlético de Madrid in Lisbon.

His second season was much worse. The forward appeared in 31 games in La Liga scoring only 13 goals, two less than in his debut. Last year he had several problems with the injuries, a major problem for Gareth Bale. However, he was able to score 19 goals in just 23 games in La Liga, his best numbers except for his last season at Tottenham, when Bale scored 21 goals.


  1. Comment:bale is d best future of real Madrid after cristiano ronaldo deformed so we need him to stay in Madrid more longer.