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Gareth Bale begins to look to the future beyond soccer. In statements to Wales Online, the footballer of Real Madrid You have revealed what your next project is after opening the Eleven’s. This will be his second bar-restaurant, the Pair 59, which will also have a mini golf.
“I always focused on my football and I didn’t drink, so I never went out too much. So I think having these businesses, like Par 59, you can socialize with people who like to go out. Get everyone together and give everyone the option to have fun on a night out. That is what we are trying to do, get everyone together, whether they like to drink or not, or if they just like to play golf, “said the winger.
Bale’s goal is to be able to finish his current contract with Real Madrid and then, probably, hang up his boots. Unlike other colleagues like Cristiano Ronaldo, in the plans of ‘The Cardiff Express’ There is no option to play until age 40.
Football is not forever
In the same media in his country, Gareth Bale has confessed that he has other plans for the time of his retirement: “I am not going to play football forever, so we are interested in doing this kind of thing, especially in Wales, as we want that Cardiff, where I was born, grows as much as we can. “
Just a few months ago, Bale himself already confessed that in addition to thinking about football, he was at a point in his life where his sights went further. At 30, the white ’11’ is already looking forward to hanging his boots closer. And it will be then when, as he has already said, he will be able to enjoy his great passion without regard: “I imagine my retirement on a golf course.”
Bale’s contract with Real Madrid expires in June 2022. Much has been speculated about his possible departure, but the player is determined to continue in the Santiago Bernabeu despite its complicated situation. The end hardly enters the plans of Zidane and his last appearance was on February 26 against Manchester City.
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