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Bale Open To A Move To Australia Or China - Reports

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Tottenham winger Gareth Bale has his future up in the air and is still not sure of where he will be playing his football next season, according to several reports. The Wales international midfielder is currently on loan at the Tottenham Hotspot Stadium from Real Madrid and only signed for the London club in the summer after falling out with Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane.

Bale's decision to leave the Santiago Bernabeu for Spurs temporarily in the summer was aided by his desire to play more minutes of football, but he has not actually played in as many games as he would have wanted. Tottenham manager José Mourinho has sparingly used him in Premier League games this season and has preferred him more in Europa League fixtures instead - something the player himself is not very happy with.

Bale recently said in an interview that he left Real Madrid to join Tottenham in the summer because of his sole desire to play more football games and that he would love to return to Spain when his loan deal in England ends. However, his agent has revealed in his own interview that his client does not know where he will be playing next season and that he may have played his last game for Madrid.

The 31-year-old has since been linked to a couple of clubs not only in Europe but also in Australia and China. According to the Daily Mail, Australia's A-League outfits Western Sydney Wanderers and Wellington Phoenix have both shown interest in the Welsh winger and may make a move for him once his time at Tottenham is over.

About two unnamed Chinese clubs have also been named as his potential destination and he may well be on his way to Asia in the summer as well.