Sport Gareth Bale completes sensational Tottenham return from Real Madrid

21:06  19 september  2020
21:06  19 september  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

Gareth Bale arrives at Real Madrid training ground ahead of Spurs move

  Gareth Bale arrives at Real Madrid training ground ahead of Spurs move Bale has been filmed arriving at Real Madrid's Valdebebas training ground on Thursday morning as he edges closer to a sensational return to Tottenham. The Wales international has agreed terms on a year-long loan deal that Sportsmail understands to be worth more than £13million.Part of the move will be financed by Real Madrid – and Bale is relishing the prospect of reviving his career back in the Premier League.

Gareth Bale has completed a sensational return to Tottenham on a loan deal. Bale , who left Spurs for Real seven years ago, completed his medical in Madrid on Thursday, arriving in London by private jet on Friday to finalise the move which will see Spurs reportedly pay half of Bale 's £600

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Gareth Bale has completed a sensational return to Tottenham from Real Madrid on a season-long loan deal.

The Wales star departed north London for the Spanish capital seven years ago for what was then a world-record fee and has gone on to win the Champions League four times and LaLiga twice with Madrid.

However, the forward found himself increasingly on the periphery of the first team under Zinedine Zidane and has sealed a move back to Spurs.

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Gareth Bale has returned to Spurs after seven years. Madrid outcast Bale , 31, has completed the most high-profile transfer move of the new Premier To do it at Tottenham now would be a dream come true." Fans and journalists used flight-tracking websites to follow club chairman Daniel Levy's

Gareth Bale has taken a sly dig at Real Madrid upon his return to Tottenham The winger said it was great to be 'somewhere he is loved' as he leaves Madrid Bale had fallen out of favour in Zinedine Zidane's squad and not a fan's favourite

Tottenham fans are set to have to wait until October to see him in action once again, though.

"Gareth sustained a knee injury whilst playing for Wales on international duty earlier this month and this together with LaLiga's later start compared to the Premier League means he has had a limited pre-season," Spurs said in a statement.

"We currently anticipate that he will be match fit after October's international break."

Madrid said in a statement: "Our club wishes good luck to a player who is part of one of the most successful stages of our history."

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Gareth Bale completed his return to Tottenham Hotspur on a season-long loan deal from Real Madrid , Spurs announced on Saturday. However, the Wales attacker will not be fit to make his second debut for the club until late October due to an injury.

Gareth Bale completed a loan move from Spanish champions Real Madrid back to his former club Tottenham Hotspur as the Wales forward ended an increasingly fractious seven-year stay at the Bernabeu. The 31-year-old had flown to London on Spurs chairman Daniel Levy's private jet on Friday

Los Blancos forked out a whopping €100milion (£85m) to sign Bale in 2013 after several outstanding seasons at White Hart Lane.

During his seven years at Madrid, Bale scored 105 goals and contributed 57 assists in 251 appearances.

But the return of Zidane as head coach in March 2019 immediately led to speculation over Bale's future and he was on the cusp of moving to Jiangsu Suning in the Chinese Super League in July of last year.

That lucrative switch eventually fell through and Bale featured only 20 times last term, during which he became mired in controversy after celebrating with a flag that read "Wales, Golf, Madrid. In that order" while on international duty in November.

Manchester United were said to have been pondering a deal for Bale after being frustrated in their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund superstar Jadon Sancho.

Yet a move back to north London quickly emerged as Bale's preferred option and he will now link up with Jose Mourinho's side, who started their Premier League campaign with a 1-0 loss at home to Everton on Sunday.

Bale scored 55 goals in 203 matches for Spurs during his first stint and became a particularly influential member of the team in the 2010-11 season, having made a sedate start to his career at the club.

The 31-year-old was twice named as the PFA Player of the Year during his first spell at Spurs, the second time occurring in a 2012-13 campaign that saw him score 26 goals in 44 matches in all competitions and helped earn his big-money to Madrid.

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