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'Last year a Premier League team offered £89m... I think would now be willing to let him go for nothing': Gareth Bale could leave Spanish side on a free if they find club to pay Welshman's wages, says ex-president Ramon Calderon rejected an £89million offer from England for Gareth Bale last year The Welsh superstar, who earns £15.1m a year, is considering leaving the club Bale joined Madrid in 2013 for £86million from Premier League side Tottenham The LaLiga side will seek clarification from Bale over his commitment to the club

By Jack Kinnersley For Mailonline

Published: 12:26 BST, 3 September 2020 | Updated: 13:21 BST, 3 September 2020

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rejected an offer of £89million for Gareth Bale from a Premier League club on the last day of the transfer window last summer, according to ex-Blancos president Ramon Calderon.

The Welsh superstar, who earns £15.1m a year, is considering leaving the club after becoming out of favour under current boss Zinedine Zidane.  

Bale joined Madrid in 2013 for £86m from Tottenham and it turns out he could have returned to England very recently. 

Real Madrid rejected an offer of £89million for Gareth Bale from a Premier League club

rejected an offer of £89million for Gareth Bale from a Premier League club

'I know in the last day of the transfer window last year there was an offer from the Premier League,' Calderon told talkSPORT.

'They offered €100m (£89m), and turned down that offer because they thought Bale would be a player in their side.

'I think his agent was here [In England] yesterday [Wednesday] trying to get a deal, but I don't see any club paying that salary.

'And, on top of that, if want to get a transfer fee… that's impossible.

According to ex-Blancos president Ramon Calderon, Madrid would let Bale leave for free

According to ex-Blancos president Ramon Calderon, Madrid would let Bale leave for free

'I think would now be willing to let him go without any transfer fee – that would be the solution – but in that case I don't see any club paying €40m-a-year for a player who is 31 and

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