Sport Tottenham would have (finally) found the lining of Kane
In an incredibly on brand move, Gareth Bale has booked in for a round of golf with Tottenham's chairman before he re-signs for the London club
An image on social media shows Bale booked for a 1:52 p.m tee time at Hadley Wood Golf Club, which is just 30 minutes away from Tottenham, on Friday. BBC Sport reports the Wales forward, 31, is expected to fly into England the same day to finalize his Spurs return. A representative for the golf club told Insider: "We are not aware that [Bale] has booked in." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Gareth Bale is already booked in a round of golf with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy ahead of his proposed return to the North London club, according to a leaked image on social media.
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According to several English media, Tottenham would be in discussions with Benfica for a loan with option to buy striker Carlos Vinicius. He could become Harry Kane's double in London.
Here is a file which is close to the heart of the leaders of Tottenham, and which has dragged on for many weeks: that of the lining of Harry Kane. Plagued by injuries last season, the London side were notably short on attackers and do not want to repeat the same mistake. Thus, , Spurs would have finally ticked the right one: that of Carlos Vinicius.
The Brazilian who traveled through Monaco joined Benfica last summer and could be transferred to the English club before the end of the transfer window. A loan with option to buy, estimated at around 40 million euros , is in the pipeline, according to Sky Sports and several other media outlets. The 25-year-old remains on a full season with 18 goals and 8 assists in 32 league games.
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