Gareth Bale visits Cardiff HQ with ‘final decision on next move days away’

Former Real Madrid star Gareth Bale visited Cardiff City's training base on Wednesday morning in a shock to football supporters.

The winger came in and met manager Steve Morison for the first time, WalesOnline reports. Bale is now out of contract and there has been much speculation over where he will go next. The Wales captain was in the country’s capital on Wednesday to speak to chiefs at the club.

It is thought the 32-year-old will weigh up a number of offers on the table, with his ambition being to be somewhere that will give him the best opportunity to help Wales perform well in their first World Cup in 64 years this winter.

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Bale went on holiday with his family after his World Cup play-off final and Nations League exploits with Wales. But the star arrived back in Cardiff on Tuesday, before meeting with the Bluebirds.

WalesOnline add that he arrived at the club's Vale of Glamorgan HQ to undertake some physio work with the FAW's medical staff, while sources have told the site that Morison spoke with Bale and the winger’s future was discussed.

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It is thought that Bale is set to fly off again until July 16 but in the meantime, he will be weighing up his options and is said to be making a decision in the coming days.

Owner Vincent Tan is thought to be keeping an eye on how things will play out and is determined to bring the former Tottenham player into the side ahead of the new Championship side.

meanwhile, Cardiff chairman Mehmet Dalman is understood to be in talking with the player's representatives over a potential move, though details of wage and structure of wage are so far unknown.


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