Reigning European and Spanish champions appear to have run out of patience for Wales international superstar Gareth Bale.
Former Tottenham man has had the total of 19 injuries since his arrival to Santiago Bernabeu and ended up playing only 55% of his time in Madrid because of which he is deemed a failed investment for the royal club.
According to reports coming from the Spanish media outlet Diario AS, the Real Madrid board has already reached a decision to put Gareth Bale up to sale at the end of the running season.
Bale was close to leaving the Spanish giants this summer but Real Madrid hierarchy still decided to put a stop to his proposed transfer to Manchester United, hoping that Welsh international would go on to justify the record-breaking sum of €100.7 million paid for his services in 2013.
Gareth Bale has last played back in September and only took part in nine of 19 games this season. His value suffered a significant drop and Real Madrid are hoping to cash in at least the majority of the money they invested.
Los Blancos would allow Bale to leave for €70-80 million which is a far cry from possible €150 Real Madrid could have pocketed this summer.
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