Date: 22nd June 2022 at 1:58pm
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Ex-Tottenham Hotspur man Gareth Bale has been at Cardiff City’s training ground for talks with Bluebirds manager Steve Morrison. 

The Welshman left Real Madrid at the end of the season after almost a decade in the Spanish capital, during which time he won 19 trophies including five Champions League trophies.

Bale, 32, scored an impressive 106 goals in 258 games for the Spanish side, but struggled for game time over the past few seasons and left the club upon the expiry of his contract.

Bale returned to Tottenham on loan last season

The forward’s hometown club Cardiff have emerged as surprise candidates to land the superstar on a free transfer this summer, and WalesOnline reports via SkySports claim that the player has now held talks with Morrison over his future.

The star is set to make a decision on his future in the coming days, with several clubs including Premier League and MLS sides believed to be interested in signing the former Spurs man.

During his time in London, Bale made more than 230 appearances and scored 72 goals across all competitions, as well as providing 60 assists.

Bale moved to Spain in the summer of 2013 for more than £90 million.

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