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Gareth Bale's agent has shot down rumours that his client is considering retiring after Euro 2020 in a bid to become a professional golfer.
The 31-year-old has one more year remaining on his Real Madrid contract and has just spent a year back at Tottenham Hotspur.
A shock report from Spanish outlet ABC detailed that Bale was ready to step away from football after this summer's tournament with Wales.
However, Jonathan Barnett swiftly shot that down in a statement to talkSPORT which read: "Sorry, I don't speak about rubbish reporting."
Bale had told Sky Sports following Sunday's 4-2 win over Leicester, a game in which he scored twice, that he'd decided his next move which would cause 'chaos'.
"I know what I'm doing but it will just cause chaos if I say anything," he explained.
"I am not thinking about anything, all I'm concentrating on now is obviously finishing this season off strong.
"We meet up straight away for the Euros and I'm not thinking about anything else other than Wales."
Bale has won it all with Real Madrid, including La Liga and multiple Champions League trophies.
Despite this, his frosty relationship with manager Zinedine Zidane and 'Los Blancos' fans leaves his future in the balance.
The Belgian received pelters for celebrating with Chelsea stars after the Blues qualified for the Champions League final - at Madrid's expense.
Spanish media went in hard on Hazard, but teammate Bale defended him when asked about the scenes.
"I've seen it," Bale told the Times of the reaction, "It was literally as if he'd just murdered everybody. It's a game of football at the end of the day.
"In Spain, football is very magnified. Everything you do at Real Madrid is magnified. The media have cameras on you 24/7."
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