Gareth Bale reveals he has 'loads' of free transfer offers amid Cardiff interest as Rob McElhenney hints at WREXHAM move

SOON-TO-BE free agent Gareth Bale has revealed he won't be short of options when it comes to choosing his next club.

The 32-year-old is set to depart Real Madrid after nine trophy-laden years.


He leaves Real having helped them win LaLiga and the Champions League this season.

Bale also helped Wales qualify for their first World Cup since 1958 on Sunday, playing a part in the winning goal.

The winger's teasing free-kick was turned in by Ukraine captain Andriy Yarmolenko, booking Wales' spot in Group B.

Wales will play England, Iran and the United States.

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But with Wales' place in Qatar now confirmed, Bale will now turn his attention towards finding a new club.

And the former Tottenham man insists he isn't short of options.

When asked about potential offers on the table, he said: "I've got loads!"

Wales-based Wrexham have jokingly thrown themselves into the mix for Bale's signature.

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Hollywood star and co-owner Rob McElhenney responded to Bale's claim on Twitter, saying: "I’ve got a few ideas."

Wrexham came close to securing a place in League Two for next season.

They made the National League play-offs but lost to eventual winners Grimsby Town 5-4 on aggregate.

Wrexham aren't the only Welsh club interested in Bale.

Cardiff City have also been linked with a move for the winger.

Bale was born in Cardiff and a move back home is something Wales boss Rob Page endorses.

Page said: "It ticks all the boxes. It makes a lot of sense. He can base himself at a training ground he's familiar with."

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