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Daniel Levy open to bringing this 29-year-old La Liga star to Tottenham



Daniel Levy could be open to Gareth Bale move in January transfer window

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is open to moving for Real Madrid star Gareth Bale, according to Bleacher Report (h/t Sun).

The Welsh attacker has struggled at Real Madrid and has been booed in the Spanish capital too.

Bale has two goals and two assists in the league for Zinedine Zidane’s men and was close to moving to China in the summer (h/t Sun).

Gareth Bale
Gareth Bale helped Wales qualify for Euro 2020 (Image credit: Getty)

However, Spurs could be a destination in the winter window as Jose Mourinho discussed Bale’s return with Levy (h/t Sun).

The report adds that Tottenham are open to submitting a loan deal in the winter window.

Real could agree to send the 30-year-old away if there is an obligation to make the move permanent in the summer (h/t Sun).

Bale has been great with Wales in recent months and took a shot at Real when he held up a flag.

The Welsh flag read “Wales. Golf. Madrid…..In that order” and it will be interesting to see how things go for him in the coming weeks.

Interesting window ahead for Spurs

Mourinho has won both games in charge with Spurs, however, we could do with some fresh faces too.

Jose Mourinho
Jose Mourinho replaced Mauricio Pochettino as Tottenham manager (Image credit: Getty)

Bale is still a quality player and could do a decent job for us, however, his age is a problem.

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The 29-year-old also has had his injury problems in recent years but the Welshman can provide cover for several positions in the final third.


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