The Welsh wizard has admitted there is one thing that could lure him back to the Premier League…
Gareth Bale has admitted that, while he’s very happy living in Madrid, there is one thing that could tempt him back to England.
That’s right. The Welshman, living in one of the nicest cities in the world, with the most exquisite cuisine in Europe on his doorstep, misses the overpriced chicken takeaway that footballers seem to love.
In his interview with The Sun, the superstar said he was settling in well in his new home, but there were still things he missed.
“I miss Nando’s. It’s the tiny things you miss. We bring English tea with us and chocolate. I can’t move Nando’s over though, unfortunately.”
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Bale is currently earning around £15m a year, so he probably could bring Nando’s over if he wanted, or just open his own chicken restaurant in Madrid.
Bale’s first season in Madrid went about as well as it could have done, with the midfielder contributing to the club’s victory in the Champions League, and he will be hoping to replicate that success this year.
Rumours have repeatedly linked the Welshman with moves back to the Premier League, but despite the lure of peri-peri, the player’s agent insisted he’s going nowhere.
“Rubbish, these rumours about a swap are absolute rubbish,” Bale’s agent David Mannaseh said. “It is not true that Bale wants to return to the Premier League, everything is going well for him in Madrid and he wants to continue wearing the Real shirt.”