Jose Mourinho remains coy when asked if he wants Gareth Bale at Spurs

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur sank to their first defeat under Jose Mourinho last night as they lost 2-1 to Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Once again, Spurs kept up their record of conceding two goals in each and every game since the Special One took over.

The only difference this time around was that the Spurs front four were not able to outscore the opposition on a chilly night in Manchester.

This was Mourinho’s first time returning to the club since being sacked back in December 2018, but he didn’t get the dream result he was after.

Perhaps the new gaffer will look to put his own mark on the Spurs squad in the upcoming transfer windows, with Gareth Bale being one man who is continually linked with his old club (AS).

Bale had some positive words to say about Mourinho and Tottenham as a pairing this week.

Mourinho was asked if he would want Bale at Spurs, and the manager had this to say (Football London): “Come on, I don’t need to answer.”

On Bale’s comments, he added: “It is nice, I thank him. I didn’t know. If Gareth said that I would like to thank him.”

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