- Gareth Bale who has been out of favour at Real Madrid is so desperate to leave the club
- Reports say the player’s agents are currently in talks with his former club Tottenham
- Manchester United are also interested in the 31-year-old and will launch a bid if they fail in their Jadon Sancho pursuit
Gareth Bale could be returning to the Premier League with latest reports that the player’s advisers are in talks with his former club Tottenham over a loan deal or a possible permanent switch.
The Los Blancos wantaway is desperate to leave the Santiago Bernabeu amid interests from several England clubs including Manchester United.
The Red Devils will likely tender a bid for Bale if they fail in their bid to sign Jadon Sancho - and now chances of the former Tottenham star to return to England is even brighter.
In a previous chat with Sky Sports, Bale admitted that he is ready to return to the Premier League if his Spanish club allows him to go.
And now Bale could finally leave Spanish giants Real Madrid as reports have it that the club is ready to cut his transfer fee so as to get him off their wage bill.
He was on the verge of making a record breaking move to China last summer, but the deal was halted at the final stages by the Spanish club and since then it has been a tough time for the Welshman.
Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo claim that a figure around £22million has been placed on the 31-year-old’s head.
Although his personal terms could still be a problem, the player is also willing to reduce his asking price as he is desperate to leave the Spanish club.
It was however gathered that an unnamed Premier League club tendered £89million for Bale last summer, but Los Blancos rejected the deal hoping the player would be part of their season.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Jose Mourinho lost his first ever Premier League opening fixture when Tottenham were stunned right in their backyard 1-0 by visiting Everton on Sunday afternoon, September 13.
The furious manager decried the loss and further lamented the lackluster performance of the players as he branded them ‘lazy'.
Reports from London have it that the Tottenham players are not happy with the comments, with some of the players coming out to have a stand and defend team-mates.
According to the Portuguese manager, the players failed to live up to expectation as they could not threaten their visitors who grabbed all three points from the fixture.
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