Gareth Bale cannot reveals his plans for next season as they may ’cause chaos’, according to the Tottenham loan star.
The Welsh wonder netted 11 Premier League goals for Spurs this campaign, on a season-long deal from Real Madrid, including two in their 4-2 final day win over Leicester City.
It’s an impressive return considering he played just 923 minutes in the league under managers Jose Mourinho and Ryan Mason.
He’s set to return to Real Madrid but will likely never play for the Spaniards again.
This means a summer transfer is all-but confirmed, and Bale has hinted his future has been decided.
But, talking to Sky Sports, he wasn’t forthcoming with information about his destination, as he just wants to focus on his Euro 2020 campaign with Wales.
“It will have to happen after the Euros,” he said.
“I know what I’m doing but it will just cause chaos if I say anything.”
Pressed on when it might be announced, he added: “Whenever I decide. I’m not thinking about anything. All I’m concentrating on now is finishing this season off strong and we meet up straight away for the Euros.
“I’m not thinking about anything else other than Wales.”
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Harry Kane’s future is another huge talking point and when asked if he knew what his teammate might be doing in the summer, he added “I don’t know.
“He’s a fantastic player. No one can deny that and he’s had another fantastic season again but he’s a Tottenham Hotspur player.
“Everyone wants him here at the club. He’s a massive player for us here and everyone wants him to stay.”