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That's according to Dean Saunders and Jack Wilshere, who offered differing opinions on Bale ahead of a potential transfer back to the Premier League.
Saunders has urged Man United to make a move for Bale and reckons he 'would walk into their team'.
He also believes the Real Madrid legend would make an impact for both Manchester City and Liverpool.
"I think whoever he plays for he can score all types of goals can’t he? Free kicks, headers, tap-ins, volleys. He can score all types of goals, so I think Newcastle will be perfect for him," he said on talkSPORT.
"If he was on the bench at Man City he’d come on and have an impact. If he was on the bench at Liverpool he’d have an impact. Man United should be trying to sign him. He’s got a good attitude. He’d walk in their team."
Wilshere, however, isn't convinced Bale would get a game at Arsenal due to the young stars they have in the same position.
He said: "I see the players who would be playing in that position and they are young players who have arguably been Arsenal’s best players over the last few years.
"So, I don’t think he’d get in, I don’t think he gets a game and if he does, I think he’d be holding one of those players back."
The 32-year-old is available as a free agent following his Real departure.
At Man United, Erik ten Hag is plotting his rebuild and appears to be eyeing younger talent - making a move for Bale unlikely.
As for Arsenal, they boast the likes of Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka in attack so Mikel Arteta may pass up on signing the Welshman.
Where will Bale end up ahead of the new season? Watch this space.
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