Champions League winner Gareth Bale is set to return to his hometown club Cardiff City. Bell is expected to become a free agent when his contract with Spanish giants Real Madrid expires at the end of the month. The 32-year-old has multiple offers but his recent meeting with Cardiff City boss Steve Morrison has sparked speculation.
According to an article published by Wells Online, Belle visited Cardiff City’s training base on Wednesday morning and had her first discussion with Morrison. However finding a new destination for Bell will not be a difficult task as the former Tottenham Hotspur winger is preparing to lead his national team to his first team. The world Cup in 64 years.
According to the same publication, Belle announced that she would be on holiday with her family after her World Cup play-off final and the exploitation of the League of Nations with Wales. And he did exactly that, returning to Cardiff on Tuesday.
Sources claim that Morrison spoke with Bell and his future was discussed. It is believed that the Welsh winger will make his decision in the coming days.
According to multiple media outlets, the ballet reported to carry out physio work with medical staff at the club’s Vale of Glamorgan headquarters.
Earlier this month, Belle revealed that she had received multiple offers from several clubs. He was also offered to the Spanish club Getafe. When Bell was asked about his new destination, he flatly refused to join the La Liga club. “No. [I don’t know] But I’m not going to Getafe, that’s for sure, ”Belle said.
Before the 2013 season, Belle signed for Los Blancos. In his first term with Real Madrid, he played 251 matches and scored 106 goals. In September 2009, he was given a loan to his former club Tottenham. In his loan spell, Belle wore a Tottenham jersey 34 times and got the back of the net 16 times. He returned to Real Madrid in July 2021. But his second term did not prove fruitful due to injuries and fitness issues. Bell managed just one goal after playing seven matches for Real Madrid after returning to the European Giants.