Report claims Liverpool transfer could help Tottenham bring Bale back to London

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur are lacking firepower at the top end of the pitch due to injuries to both Harry Kane and Heung-min Son this season.

Lucas Moura, Steven Bergwijn, and Dele Alli have been deployed as striker options for the time being by Jose Mourinho, but none are in double digits for Spurs this year.

One man who fans would certainly welcome back in this time of injury crisis is ex-super star Gareth Bale, still currently plying his trade for Real Madrid.

Now 30-years-old, Bale left North London back in 2013 after scoring 55 goals for Spurs and has since gone on to score 105 in 249 for Madrid, as well as winning four Champions League trophies (Wikipedia).

Don Balon have now reported that Real Madrid may be willing to sell Gareth Bale to fund a £107.5m move for Liverpool’s Mo Salah.

The report goes on to link Bale with a possible return to his old club Tottenham, something that has regularly been part of the transfer rumour mill in recent years.

Spurs Web Opinion:

I would take Bale back in a heartbeat on a bargain fee and with wages at around £200,000 per week, but I do not think either of these things will ever be on the cards.

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  1. Honestly I think these vague notions about bringing Gareth Bale back to London at Spurs are nothing more than utter fantasy! Do you really think a player earning far more at Real Madrid despite his waning popularity would readily give up such a lucrative contract for a fraction of the wages that Levy would subsequently offer…. get real!

    When Bale eventually does moves on I seriously doubt he’s coming back to Tottenham, and I’m not even sure that would in itself serve the clubs best interest going forward; not that Levy is exactly doing that either with Spurs’s ridiculously erratic transfer policy. Tottenham need a serious rebuild as presently we’re going nowhere, fast! Tottenham’s football has stagnated radically in these last 12 months or so and Spurs now look a side devoid of creativity and identity. The Wolves game on Sunday was further evidence that all is not well in the Spurs camp and that change ardent is necessary to put things right.

    If truth be told we look incapable of lifting a trophy presently, and though we may progress to the next round of the FA cup against Norwich, I think subsequent success may prove elusive as better teams follow in the latter rounds. Similarly I also think RBLeipzig will easily put us to the sword in the CL 2nd leg and as such on current form Tottenham may even struggle to stay in top 10 of the premiership, disasterous season quite frankly.


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