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Gareth Bale to complete medical ahead of Tottenham move

Real Madrid star Gareth Bale is set to fly to London where he is to complete his move to Tottenham and join his previous club.

The news comes a time when Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane sidelined the Wales man pretty much of last season as they lifted the La Liga trophy.

Since then, he has been forcing an exit out of Spain as rumors had it he was interested of returning to Premier League.

“Talks ongoing also *right now* between Tottenham and Real Madrid. Both clubs want to reach an agreement and find the final solution because Gareth Bale is pushing to join THFC as soon as possible.” Said Fabrizio

Talks resumed between Tottenham and Real Madrid on matters salary with the Spaniards demanding full cost to be covered by Mourinho’s side.

In the new tune of events, both clubs have agreed to cover the cost as he joins the Premier League side on a one year loan transfer.

“Gareth Bale to Tottenham, here we go! Last details to be sorted about salary [shared with Real Madrid] and Gareth will fly tomorrow to London. He’ll complete medicals and join THFC – one year loan. Mourinho approved the deal. Reguilon expected for tomorrow too [100% done].” Said Fabrizio Romano

Gareth Bale to complete medical ahead of Tottenham move
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