Pundit claims Gareth Bale will join one of these two clubs this summer


Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool both pulled off sensational comebacks to reach the Champions League final this season.

Liverpool overcame a 3-0 first leg defeat to thrash Barcelona 4-0 at Anfield, while Spurs overcame a 3-0 aggregate deficit in just 45 minutes away to Ajax.

However, that isn’t all the clubs have in common, according to pundit Eduardo Inda, as he claims Gareth Bale will transfer to one of the two CL finalists this summer.

Bale has been heavily linked with an exit this week after being left out by Zinedine Zidane on the final game of the season (Bleacher).

The Express claim that Man United are no longer interested in the Welsh winger.

Inda now says that Bale will join Liverpool in the summer, or Tottenham as part of a Bale plus cash deal for Christian Eriksen.

Bale left Spurs for around £85m back in the summer of 2013 (BBC), but could he return almost exactly six years later?

India said (Express): “Bale has spent the day playing golf at La Moraleja.

“And it is very likely that he will reach either of the two finalists in the Champions League, Tottenham or Liverpool.

“That [Spurs] operation would be accompanied by Eriksen plus a quantity of money.”

Spurs Web Opinion:

If Tottenham can get Bale included as part of an Eriksen deal (if the Dane won’t sign a new deal), and Bale is willing to take a huge pay cut, then yes, why not. Unfortunately, all of these things happening seems extremely unlikely, and Bale could just as easily sit at Madrid and collect his paycheck for the next three years.

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  1. Seb- You destroy your own credibility when you quote nonsense like that. Reacquiring Bale would destroy all the progress that has been made at Spurs over the past 5 years. Bale has 3 years left on his contract and probably 1-1 1/2 years of contribution. If he came as a free and had a 40K a week contract; he might be worthwhile. His value as a make weight for Eriksen is nil. If RM wants Eriksen they need a clean bid of at least 120M ti be considered. They also need to make superior terms with Eriksen. Can’t see it happening- and in any event Bale can’t be part of it.

    • Hi Brian. Spurs Web is all about reporting every single Spurs story out there, you can tell my actual thoughts by reading the opinion section at the bottom. My nostalgic side of me would like to see Bale back, but as I said in article, it would have to be under the right terms, and is very unlikely.

      However, I’m afraid there is also zero chance that we will get £120m for Eriksen. If he leaves in the summer, I can’t see us getting more than £70m. I would rather sell him than lose him on a free though.


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