- Gareth Bale has been out of favour at Spanish club Real Madrid in recent times
- The Welshman was seen arriving the Real Madrid training ground on Thursday
- Bale is expected to arrive London on Friday, September 18 ahead potential switch to Tottenham
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Gareth Bale is expected to arrive in London on Friday, September 18, as he hopes to seal his switch to former club Tottenham after he agreed personal terms with the club.
The Welshman was seen arriving at Real Madrid's Valdebebas training ground on Thursday morning, September 17, as he says goodbye to Los Blancos.
Bale reportedly agreed a personal one-year contract with Spurs and according to Sportsmail, the deal is over £13million.
Bale's agent, Jonathan Barnett, said on Thursday: "We're getting there, I think it will be completed this week."
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Spurs boss Jose Mourinho has been driving the deal for Bale and Sunday's dismal 1-0 defeat by Everton highlighted the need to add some dynamism to his attack.
Speaking about the prospect of Spurs signing Bale on Wednesday, Mourinho said: "I tried to sign him for Real Madrid which was not possible to do during my time there."
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.
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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.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Sergio Reguilon could become Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's second signing this transfer window if Manchester United and Real Madrid agree terms on the transfer of the defender.
The Red Devils fans have been on the lookout for the arrival of another player after the signing of Donny van de Beek from Ajax in a deal valued around €39 million.
Reports claim both United and Los Blancos have reached an advanced stage of their negotiations as the Premier League outfit willing to splash £23 million as reported by the Mirror.
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