Betting Odds on Gareth Bale Next Club to Join This Summer
Back in the day, Gareth Frank Bale MBE made all the noise needed for the world to notice him. This Welshman has been dominating the world of wingers on the football field since his career.
Let’s go over the potential clubs where Gareth “The Cannon” Bale may end this season. All of the bets are according to Bet365, one of the finest online bookmakers of our time.
Cardiff City – 1/3
Of all the potential clubs, Bet365 analysts are certain that he will end up in his hometown, Cardiff City. They pegged this club as the favorite at a whopping 1/3 odds. The reason is not very hard to guess. Gareth has always been vocal about his love for Wales. According to him, the legacy of Cardiff City matters more than the current Champions League rankings.
MLS Clubs – 4/1
Major League Soccer or MLS is widely considered the “retirement” home for the finest footballers in history. Although we believe Mr Bale is far from retiring, Bet365 believes he might join any of the clubs from this league. Hence, it’s offering 4/1 odds this season.
Tottenham Hotspur – 6/1
Ah! The club where the winger made the switch from to Real in the first place. There have been rumors that Gareth might return to where it all started. Another reason is that this was the talk of the town during the 2020-2021 season as well. However, the struggling financial period for the club stopped it from happening. Bet365 is currently offering 6/1 in favor of Tottenham Spurs.
Newcastle United – 14/1
Well, it might be unlikely but not impossible. The Arabs in the high seats of the club have had their eyes on the 5-time Champions League winner for quite some time now. They’re also ready to drop the big bucks. So, why should Bale think about it? The 14/1 odds say that he is.
Southampton – 18/1
Way back in 2007, when Gareth Bale joined the Spurs. Do you know where he used to play? Yes, you guessed it right. Southampton. After all these years, it’s again possible that he might join the Saints. If true homecoming had a face, it would look like Gareth Bale joining Southampton. However, the current odds of 18/1 say it might be a stretch.