Tottenham fans all know that this summer will be a big one. European Champions or not, transfers will have to happen, and one rumour that will not go away is that of Gareth Bale’s return. The Welshman has a rich history at the club, and as Mauricio Pochettino spoke out Bale on El Chiringuito TV, via The Express, the fans are jubilant.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has spoken highly of Gareth Bale amid a potential return to Spurs:
— Ricky Sacks (@RickSpur) 25 May 2019
Gareth Bale, whether Zinedine Zidane likes it or not, is one of the best players in Europe when he’s fit and despite his massive wages at Real Madrid, he’s still worth his weight in gold when he’s out on the pitch with a ball at his feet. Whilst Zidane and Bale obviously have a fractious relationship, that doesn’t seem to be the case with Bale and Poch, and the Lilywhites are delighted by that fact.
The way that Mauricio Pochettino has got this Tottenham squad working in perfect harmony and playing well together is something to be admired, and whilst there are one or two superstars in the squad, none are on the level of Bale on the worldwide footballing scene. Should he re-sign for the Lilywhites it would be a massive statement, and there is nothing that the fans want more than for him to return at some point.
You can read the Lilywhites’ verdict on Poch’s Bale comments here:
He would come back a winner and with a point to prove. Take him back in a heartbeat and send Eriksen in exchange if it got the deal done.
— Justin Parker (@jpparker180) May 25, 2019
If a deal can be done it has to be done it's as simple as that folks! If it's involves Eriksen and he wants to leave then I'll take that and bring in a young creative midfielder with potential. He's a winner.
— Lewis Manners (@llewi01) May 25, 2019
He’s Coming Home #COYS
— Paul Cain (@Black69anther) 25 May 2019
Bring him back home#COYS
— John Corcoran (@wallsofrock) 25 May 2019
I’ve been so indecisive about this but I’m nailing my colours to the mast and say make it happen. I believe he’s still mustard and it would be a real statement of intent that we mean business next season.
— GammonMeisterEls (@Originalginge1) 25 May 2019
So for a year £36m which you could otherwise spend on a bang average player (before even paying them any wages) – get him in!!!
— Daggers (@NeilDagley) May 26, 2019
The Lilywhites would love nothing more than seeing Bale back in N17, and honestly who can blame them?
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