- Gareth Bale recently made a return to Premier League side Tottenham from Real Madrid
- Reguilon has explained that Spurs have made golf holes for Bale at training ground
- The Spaniard played with Bale at Real Madrid before he joined Spurs
Sergio Reguilon who plays as a defender for Premier League side Tottenham has claimed that the club's chiefs created golf holes at training ground so as to make Gareth Bale happy.
The Spanish defender explained that he was surprised when he got to Tottenham and saw golf holes at training before he was told that they were created for Gareth Bale.
Bale made a return to Tottenham this summer after leaving Spanish champions Real Madrid where he won four Champions League titles.
But throughout last season, Gareth Bale struggled at Real Madrid and fell out of favour with manager Zinedine Zidane who flogged him out of the first team.
Bale even missed the last seven games of last season at Real Madrid before he left Los Blancos for a return to Tottenham.
Before he left Real Madrid, Gareth Bale was spotted many times playing golf which means the Welshman has an interest in the game.
According to the report on GOAL, Reguilon explained that Spurs are doing everything possible to make Gareth Bale happy at the side.
"What most surprised me is at Spurs' training ground there are golf holes. I asked about it and they told me they were put there for Bale. They're short holes, maybe 30 metres. I couldn't believe it.''
Meanwhile, Tottenham are currently occupying third position on the Premier League table with 14 points after seven games played so far.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Jose Mourinho who is the manager of Premier League side Tottenham has been blasted by former Arsenal star Martin Keown for his comments against his players after Europa League defeat.
Tottenham surprisingly lost 1-0 against Royal Antwerp on Thursday night, October 29, as the Spurs stars failed to find the back of the net.
Lior Refaelov scored the only goal of the tie early in the first half as Spurs were unable to get the equalizer which made Jose Mourinho angry.
Tottenham fielded a decent side which only got stronger at half-time when Jose Mourinho chucked Harry Kane, Lucas Moura and Heung-min Son on in the encounter.
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