Tottenham Hotspur have reached an agreement to sign Gareth Bale on a season loan deal. The Walsh attacker will depart the Santiago Bernabue after seven years of playing at the highest level and winning 15 trophies including 4 Champions League trophies.
The 31-year-old will undergo a medical in the coming days before signing a contract that will keep at Spurs for the rest of the season. The clause in the contract will see Spurs given the option to sign permanently depending on his performances.
Jose Mourinho is reportedly the driving force behind the negotiation having contacted the club president Daniel Levy to sign the attacker who can add drive and dynamism to his team that flounder against an Everton in the opening match of the season.
Mourinho still believes Bale is a game changer who only needs motivation to take Tottenham Hotspur to a whole new level. Gareth Bale’s return will certainly be an exciting news to the fans who have watched develop into a world class left forward and win multiple trophies.
Although, Bale won’t be the only Real Madrid player joining Tottenham this summer, Spurs have agreed a £27m deal with Madrid to sign Sergio Reguilon who is expected to commence his medial on Thursday and sign a 5 year contract.