Gareth Bale set for Spurs return

Real Madrid and Wales winger Gareth Bale looks set to return to the Premier League and return to Spurs.

According to the Daily Mail, the two clubs have agreed on a year-long loan move back to his former side. The agreement will cost more than £13 million.

Bale will be calling time on his seven year spell at Madrid. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY GOAL.

Reliable journalist Fabrizio Romano is also reporting that deal is a good as done between the two sides.

The move is said to have been driven by manager Jose Mourinho, who tried to sign Bale when he was at Madrid.

The move will bring to an end to his seven-year spell in the Spanish capital which has turned sour in the last few seasons. His relationship with manager Zinedine Zidane has become none existent since the Frenchman’s return.

Since his move to Spain, he has developed a habit for winning trophies which includes a staggering four Champions League titles. Bale has also won two La Liga titles with the most recent one coming just last season.

His overhead kick saw his side win its fourth Champions League title in his time there. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY DAILY MAIL.

However, could Spurs be about to get a different Bale to the one that left in 2013? The Welshman is now 31 years old and has a concerning injury history during his time in Madrid. 

But there is no doubt if Bale can get anywhere near to his best then a one year deal seems perfect sense for both parties.

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