Report reveals Daniel Levy’s stance on signing Gareth Bale

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Dom Le Roy

According to a report by 90min, Daniel Levy has made it clear that he would be willing to sanction a deal to bring Gareth Bale back to Tottenham this summer but only if the deal makes financial sense for the club.

Reports indicate that Spurs are currently the front-runners for the Welshman’s signature, even though he is also on Manchester United’s radar as a potential alternative to Jadon Sancho (ESPN).

90min claim that as many seven Premier League clubs are weighing up a loan offer for Bale should Real Madrid be open to subsidising his wages.

While the Spanish giants were previously determined to avoid paying anything to offload Bale, it is now said that they are open to paying a portion of his wages after the winger failed to attract any permanent offers.

Tottenham are thought to at the head of the queue for the 31-year-old’s signature, with Jose Mourinho said to be a big fan of the pacey wide man.

The report asserts that a return to Spurs would be Bale’s preference this transfer window.

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Multiple reports now seem to be suggesting that our interest in Bale is serious and that we are front of the queue for his signature. However, a lot can change between now and the end of the transfer window and it appears as if we are facing plenty of competition.

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  1. I*F RM are willing to pahy 50% of Bale’s wages, why would Spurs ever sanction a bid to pay the other 50% (around $300K) for a 31 year old player?


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