Bale’s agent teases Spurs move, as winger hopes to end Madrid nightmare

Paola Ditto
Settembre 16, 2020

Spurs have always been linked with a move for their former player - now out of favour at Real Madrid - with Manchester United also thought to be in the race.

The London club won't be getting a good deal if they accept such a clause and so Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would do well to consider other options.

It has been further claimed that Spurs are open to including the 24-year-old England global in a potential swap deal with Madrid and bring Bale - described as "a special talent" by former Tottenham midfielder Micky Hazard in The Daily Star last month - back to the North London club.

The report adds that while United's chances of signing Bale hinge on the outcome of their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund star Sancho, Spurs manager Jose Mourinho has made it clear to chairman Daniel Levy that he needs attacking reinforcements to ease the goalscoring burden on Harry Kane.

Manchester United have frequently been linked to Bale during his time in LaLiga.

Real and Spurs have agreed a fee of around €30 million and the defender will sign a five-year contract, although the final details of the move are now being worked out.

And Bale is now tipped to be more open than ever to finding a way to end his troubles in the Spanish capital. That means €35m or €40m, and could be triggered in the next two years.

Bale's career has stalled at Madrid but he's still a world class attacker who has provided 105 goals and 68 assists in his 251 appearances for the La Liga outfit to help them win a whole host of trophies including 4 Champions League's.

Manchester United have also always been linked with Bale, who is still viewed in Old Trafford as a potential transfer target should they fail to sign Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund.

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