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DONE DEAL: Tottenham confirms loan move for Bale

DONE DEAL: Tottenham confirms loan agreement for Gareth Bale

September 19, 2020 By Oscar Rojas
The Welsh ace will be on loan for only one year, although chances to extend that deal or make it permanent are on the table.

At long last, Gareth Bale has ended his nightmare at Real Madrid and has also found his way "back home". The Welshman will now work right alongside Jose Mourinho to try and lead Tottenham to the Premier League title after his loan deal with the North London club was confirmed.

Sevem years ago, Bale left Spurs to become one of the most influential players in Real Madrid's recent history. Now, the Welsh footballer will try to forget about his last two years at the Bernabeu to contribute to Mourinho's title quest. 

The official announcement of this move came via the team's Twitter feed.

The player will be back with the English club until the end of the current season. However, terms of a possible permanent transfer were not disclosed by the Premier League club.

Unfortunately, Bale will not be able to pay back right away all the love shown by Spurs' supporters as his signing was announced. Moments after the player's unveiling with the club, the team's medical staff confirmed that Bale needs to take some time off to recover from a knee injury he picked up while on international duty with Wales.


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