Some Spurs fans on social media cannot help but wonder why Tottenham’s social media admin posted a picture of Gareth Bale training with Wales despite his loan deal with the club expiring.
Bale admitted after netting a brace in Tottenham’s final league game of the season that he has already made a decision about his future but added that it would ‘create chaos’ if revealed what it was.
This has predictably led to pundits speculating on whether the 31-year-old is likely to return to North London next season.
Some reports have indicated that Spurs have no option to extend the forward’s stay and would have to hammer out a new agreement with Real Madrid should they want to re-sign the Welshman.
Bale’s focus, for now, will be on doing well for Wales in the European Championship and the superstar has already joined up with his international side ahead of the tournament.
When Tottenham tweeted out a picture of the Real Madrid star training with his national team, some fans were wondered whether it was a sign that he is likely to return to Spurs next season, seeing as his loan period has now expired.
Odd that we’re still tweeting about him considering he isn’t a Spurs player anymore…unless…👀
— Zach (@TheTHFC) May 28, 2021
He's not our player anymore and our admin is posting pictures of him🤔 https://t.co/DTVhkpRJcG
— ً (@SpurssKai) May 28, 2021
— Sad Gio (@GiovaniLoCelsad) May 28, 2021
— Basic Bloke (@basicbloke2012) May 28, 2021
Still tweeting when his loan has "expired" 🤔💙 https://t.co/fx4jolIW45
— MSD (@MJSimpson96) May 28, 2021
He doesn't even play for us anymore but the admin is tweeting about him 👀👀 https://t.co/nUWIvHi24R
— ☆ (@Thfc_k1) May 28, 2021
Good now buy him back https://t.co/8pEplpoVDg
— Seth (@Seth_Cole33) May 28, 2021
Hold up isnt Bale technically not our player anymore
Why’s our admin tweeting about him 👀 https://t.co/j4HhMX0GqH
— Alfie (@ReguilonEra) May 28, 2021
Does this mean he has extended his contract?🤔 https://t.co/vKBnLiaMwh
— Sumeet Ranjan Rout (@rout_sumeet97) May 28, 2021
Spurs Web Opinion
This is clearly a case of Spurs fans reading too much into the post. Even if it is true that Levy is planning on offering the next Tottenham manager the chance to re-sign Bale for next season, the club’s social media admin is not going to be informed of those plans.
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