Tottenham and José Mourinho launch a last minute assault for Gareth Bale

According to the British press, the London team hopes to repatriate Gareth Bale by the end of the winter transfer window.

It’s one of the great classics of the transfer window: the future of Gareth Bale. It has been several months, even years, since the Welshman was announced about the departure of Real Madrid.

The number 11 merengue is still living a complicated season, marked by physical worries that have become habitual.

He only has 12 appearances in La Liga (9 starts) for 2 goals and 2 assists, and even if Zidane called him in in some major games like the Clasico, we can no longer speak of him as an indisputable holder.

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Even less now that the Frenchman does not hesitate to change his habits and swap the 4-3-3 for a system with more axial backgrounds.

If we talked a lot about China as a possible destination for him last summer, these first weeks of January were quite calm.

But now, according to the Express , Tottenham is working on a return of its former player and hopes to make it happen by January 31 in the evening.

A final transfer, no loan

The media specifies that neither the English nor the Spanish want a loan, and that this would be a final transfer.

Real Madrid would thus try to get rid of him and his colossal salary, and José Mourinho sees in the Welsh a reinforcement of weight for his attacking sector, already amputated from a key element like Harry Kane for a good time.

Daniel Levy, president of Spurs, will therefore be working hard on this end of the winter market to carry out this operation. He will also have a job since the Special One and his men row a little in the league in recent weeks, and the Portuguese coach requires the arrival of three players this winter, still according to the British media.

Earlier in the week, Gareth Bale’s agent didn’t shut the door completely on the Spurs: “He’ll be there, everything will be fine.” That’s what I’ve always said. I never strayed from it. Things could change, but the loans are ridiculous. Few clubs can afford it anyway . ”

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