Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho has revealed that Welsh international Gareth Bale will return to his squad for the next league game, a top-of-the-table clash with Liverpool at Anfield. He made this known while fielding questions from reporters shortly after the disappointing 1-1 draw with hosts Crystal Palace in the London Derby. In his post-match press conference after the matchday twelve clash with hosts Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, Mourinho said that Gareth Bale missed the London Derby meeting due to illness and that the Welshman has not tested positive to Covid-19.
Gareth Bale has not made the expected impact on his return to Spurs this summer as he has spent a lot of time on the bench especially in the Premier League. He had to leave Real Madrid this summer in search of more first team football at Spurs whom he joined on loan for the current campaign. Continue reading
Tottenham Hotspur winger Gareth Bale is nearing full fitness, a piece of news that will come as a huge boost to not just Jose Mourinho, but to the club, as well as the fans. José will be excited at the prospect of finally having a fully fit Bale available for selection as they approach a tough run of fixtures in the coming weeks.
The Wales forward only rejoined the London club on loan having signed from Spanish club Real Madrid but hasn’t featured in many actions for his boyhood club since then. Since the West Ham game that ended in a 3-3 draw in which he came on as a substitute, Bale has managed just six appearances for Spurs.
It has been reported from Spain that the question has risen about the situation of Gareth Bale putting Christian Eriksen out of Real Madrid’s reach. The squad of Zinedine Zidane is overhauling well and genuinely underway with Bale who is now expected to depart and the team is targeting Christian Eriksen.
Alvaro Montero, a Spanish journalist, who has been connected with Sky Sports, gained information about the transfer of Real Madrid, along with the scenario in Bernabeu. It has been revealed that Zinedine Zidane does not put his trust on Gareth Bale, and has been looking for Bale to take his feet towards the exit, but after the interview, it has been observed that there have been no real offers, according to Real Madrid. This 29-year-old young champ is originally from Cardiff and has also lifted the trophy four times in the six years he played for Madrid in Champions League, but now his successful career seems to be fading slowly which has resulted in Zinedine Zidane, the boss preparing to throw him out as they have closed in on Eden Hazard who is player of Chelsea and is connected with Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen.