Report: Journalist reports Spurs have now reached agreement for Gareth Bale loan deal

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It has certainly been a whirlwind evening for Tottenham fans as reports of a potential Gareth Bale return have gathered pace in the press.

Journalist, Duncan Castles has now reported that Spurs have agreed on a deal with Real Madrid for a season-long loan, a move which would see Bale return to North London seven years after leaving.

However, it is said that Daniel Levy must now agree on personal terms with Bale and his entourage before a move can be confirmed.

Castles also adds in his report that the same can be said of a Sergio Reguilon deal, with a fee being agreed between Madrid and Spurs and personal terms up next on the agenda.

This comes after Bale’s agent, Jonathan Barnett, revealed this evening that his client still loved Tottenham and is keen on making a return this summer (BBC Wales).

Bale made 203 appearances for Tottenham and scored 55 goals before leaving for Madrid in 2013 and going on to lift four Champions League titles (Wikipedia).

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  1. If this is true ; it will be a sad day for Tottenham. Reacquiring Bale will only result in a “Bale out” for Real Madrid. Hopefully Levy will not offer him more than 50K per week and he’ll turn it down. Overpriced, overpaid and over-the hill. He should stay at RM until he retires to golf. We don’t need two injury prone over-priced sporadic goal scorers.

  2. No point in getting excited about this just yet. Levy won’t pay high wages and Bale wont accept lower wages. I believe he’ll still be in Madrid until his contract expires. Just hope I’m wrong


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