- Gareth Bale recently stated that he will not be leaving Real Madrid this summer
- The Welshman has a luxury £6.5m mansion worthy of him remaining in Madrid
- The home of the Wales star has a golf-course, swimming pool, rooms and a six-car garage
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Gareth Bale has recently been involved in a controversy with Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane but all is not lost in his personal life.
The Welshman lives in a stunning £6.5million mansion no wonder the left-footed winger is determined to see out the remaining two years in his contract worth £60m at the Bernabeu.
One of the distinctive features of his home is a three-hole golf course similar to the one in Augusta used for some of the Masters Open.
It stretches out to nearly 7,500 yards from the back tees and Bale belongs to a group of top golfers in Madrid.
He has a collection of top-notch cars including features a Ferrari, Mercedes, and Audi which enough for the 31-year-old to enjoy the life of a celebrity.
Among his four wheels is a £165,000 Mercedes SLS AMG, along with a £152,000 Bentley Continental GT, and a £156,000 Lamborghini Huracan, as well as a £230,000 Ferrari GTC4Lusso.
The Welsh wizard also treated himself to a £65,000 Audi Q7 50 TDI last Christmas courtesy of the huge sponsorship deal with Audi.
Bale and Zidane are neighbours to each other despite their current crisis as well as Sergio Ramos and Karim Benzema.
The neighbourhood Bale lives in is exclusive to the wealthiest people in the Spanish capital Madrid and his current house was formerly owned by Kaka.
And it is understood the former Tottenham man pays £10,000-per-month in rent to stay in the Pozuelo de Alarcón part of La Finca.
The luxury mansion boasts of four bedrooms an indoor pool, gym, two utility rooms, several terraces and porches, as well as a six-car garage.
With his life set in Madrid, the Wales international might not be leaving Los Blancos anytime soon.
Meanwhile, YEN had earlier reported that Gareth Bale has maintained that he will not leave Real Madrid as he hopes to see-off the remaining two years of his contract to see him earn another £60million.
The Welshman was spotted playing golf in Madrid after excluding himself from Real Madrid's tough Champions League encounter against Premier League side Manchester City.
Club manager Zinedine Zidane explained that the former Tottenham winger told him that he will not be available for the Champions League tie.
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