The winger was saved from his Real Madrid nightmare and is currently on loan at Tottenham.
Gareth Bale’s £4 million Wales mansion is being expanded
In his backyard, the Spurs star has three custom-built courses
And it appears that the 31-year-old is here to stay, as he prepares to pay for an extension.
The improvements will entail adding a sixth en-suite bedroom, a study, an addition to a balcony, and his dressing room to the Glamorgan-converted farmhouse, according to the Mail.
Bale will have to wait at least a month before the council approves him.
In 2017, the three-time Champions League champion, who makes roughly £600,000 each week, spent money on three imitation golf holes in his back garden.
Augusta’s 12th, Royal Troon’s Postage Stamp, and Sawgrass’ challenging par-three 17th were his three options.
At the time, Bale stated: “I had a lovely bit of land here when I moved here, and I had something I wanted to do with it, so I decided to make a dream come true and build a mini golf course in my house”.
“It took a lot of hard work and craftsmanship to get from a plain piece of land to what we have now. It’s a lot better than I ever imagined it could be, and I’m just so glad I have it now and so glad I chose Southwest Greens”.
One of Bale’s three holes is a replica of Sawgrass’ 17th
The work was completed by the winger while he was at Real Madrid
Gareth Bale appears set to remain in the United Kingdom following his return to Tottenham Hotspur
It took six months, with meetings held in Madrid, where Bale was at the time. Bale is still getting used to life in north London after appearing in only one league game this season. He has played every game in their Europa League campaign, starting all four.