We wrote an article earlier this week explaining how Tottenham would be willing to bring their prodigal son back home in the summer, if Real Madrid consider terminating Gareth Bale’s contract. The Welshman’s is tied down with a deal at the Santiago Bernabéu until 2022, earning a massive €14.5m net per season.
Having left for Real Madrid for a world record move in 2013, Gareth Bale has been linked with a return to England and Premier League since, with Tottenham Hotspur & Manchester United getting majority of links with the 30-year-old forward.
Gareth Bale tunes thirty-one in July and with his consistent spats with man incharge Zinedine Zidane means Bale’s future at Spainsh capital looks dim beyond summer with AS claiming the Welshman ‘will face his departure this summer’. While discussing about Bale’s potential destination beyond summer, Spanish outlet highlights his failed move to China last summer.
A return back to North London is also mentioned but the report states that a move to Tottenham is ‘considered impossible’ by Bale’s agents. But it’s not just about a move to Spurs, but ‘in reality, his return to the Premier is practically ruled out’.
Sport suggested earlier that a return to Tottenham would have been possible, IF the Lilywhites are to sign Bale on a free transfer. Though on the contradictory, AS’ now indicates that any such possibility doesn’t now exist.