Spurs are back in the race for their former player.
They have reportedly already made contacts.
Tottenham have reportedly made a €30million offer for Gareth Bale this month, but have told Real Madrid they will not spend any more to re-sign their former star. Bale has been linked with a move away from the Bernabeu, with the winger struggling to win over the Madrid fans.
The 30-year-old has helped Los Blancos win La Liga and the Copa del Rey, as well as the Champions League four times since his move in 2013. But Bale has made nine starts in La Liga this season as head coach Zinedine Zidane remains unconvinced that he deserves to start regularly for the team.
And according to El Chiringuito TV, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy met with Madrid president Florentino Perez this week to propose the transfer of Bale back to Tottenham. As per the report, Spurs say they are willing to pay €30millionfor Bale this month – and that they will walk away from the deal if Real demand more for the 30-year-old.
Now, it does seem likely that at some point the Welsh forward will leave the Bernabéu, particularly because he isn’t wanted by Zidane. But a move back to Spurs in this transfer window for the 30-year old seems far too far-fetched.