Tottenham Hotspur will surely be looking to invest in their squad this summer after going well over a year without buying a single new player.
Lucas Moura was the last Spurs acquisition, and that was way back in January 2018, with a Mousa Dembele sale being the only piece of business this season.
What better way to re-enter the transfer market than to bring in a big marquee signing, someone the fans know well, someone who has done it in North London before…
With Zinedine Zidane back in charge of Real Madrid, and the fans seemingly done fed up with this player, you wouldn’t expect Gareth Bale to be sticking around for much longer.
It remains unclear whether Spurs would have the cash to pay Bale’s transfer fee or his wages, but they do still have that infamous transfer clause.
Spurs have first dibs on Bale if Madrid accept a fee from someone else, with the North London side having 72 hours to match the deal.
However, a report by Sports Mole claims this clause runs out on June 30 2019.
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