Tottenham Hotspur boss, Mauricio Pochettino, has been unable to rule out a Tottenham move for ex-player Gareth Bale this summer.
Poch is currently in Singapore with his first-team squad on their pre-season tour, where they defeated Juventus thanks to a Harry Kane screamer earlier today.
However, with Daniel Levy back in London, Pochettino has not been given any information on a potential Gareth Bale return to North London.
Rumours have been fueled by comments from Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, earlier today, as the Frenchman claimed he hoped that Bale would leave soon as they were working on a transfer out of the club (BBC).
Gareth Bale, now 30-years-old, left Tottenham for Real Madrid way back in 2013 after six seasons with the North London club.
He has since played six seasons in Madrid, scoring 102 goals in 231 games and helping Los Blancos to lift a La Liga, a Copa del Rey, a Supercopa de Espania, four Champions League titles, three Super Cups, and three Club World Cups.
Pochettino had this to say about a return to Spurs (Football London): “I saw in the media but I do not know which club is working to try to sign him. At the moment I do not have any information from my chairman. I don’t know if it is us or another club. It is not my job. It is the job of my chairman who is trying to build the best possible squad.”
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