Areth Bale has rejected the idea of signing for Getafe before next season.
After being released by Real Madrid, the Welsh winger will focus when selecting his next club on his fitness for the World Cup, amid reports he could join the LaLiga club to extend his stay in the Spanish capital.
“For sure it influences him, I just want to play for the World Cup as fit as possible,” he told reporters on Friday.
“Hopefully I can enjoy my holidays and then decide where I want to be and what I want to do, try to play games to be as fit as possible for the World Cup.”
When asked if he was close to signing for a club, he replied: “No, but I’m not going to Getafe, that’s for sure.”
It has been suggested that Bale, 32, will retire from football after the World Cup, while a return to Cardiff has also been announced.
“A club [where] I’m going to play regular football,” he replied when asked what kind of club he was looking for.
“When I start playing regular football again, my body will get a bit more robust – rather than going back and forth. [of the team]. It’s very difficult to have a rhythm in terms of physical form, health.
“Any player will tell you that playing week after week: your body gets stronger, you get used to it and you get fitter. So [I] just need to play games and then its good to go.