Writing on Twitter, Tottenham legend Cliff Jones has urged chairman Daniel Levy and the club to re-sign Real Madrid star and ex-Spurs icon Gareth Bale, claiming that the move would ‘suit all concerned‘.
— Cliff Jones (@Cliff_Jones11) September 2, 2020
Bale, who has been on the fringes of the Galacticos’ first team after a fallout with manager Zinedine Zidane and the board, failed to secure a move away from the Spanish capital last season after a Chinese Super League transfer seemingly collapsed in the final stages.
Should Spurs re-sign Gareth Bale?
Yes, must be prioritised
Since then, whilst sporting an infamous ‘Wales, Golf, Madrid‘ flag on international duty, the tension between Bale and Real Madrid has only worsened over time, with the winger recently opening up to Sky Sports over the situation in an exclusive interview.
Happiest while plying his trade for Wales, having amassed 83 caps so far according to Transfermarkt, the 31-year-old appears to be yearning for a new club.
Tottenham legend Jones, the fifth-highest scorer in the club’s history, has now urged Levy to re-sign Bale through any means necessary – claiming the business would be a win-win for both parties as Spurs hunt for new attackers.
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Of course, it is likely supporters would also love this to happen after previous links, but whether or not the Lilywhites make it a priority is another question entirely.
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