Not having the opportunity for regular playing minutes at Real Madrid, Gareth Bale finally decided to leave Tottenham Hotspur as a loan player in the 2020/21 season.
The beginning of Bale’s return to The Lilywhites, actually did not look going well. Because, he had suffered from a prolonged injury and was often put on by Jose Mourinho. However, under Ryan Mason’s coaching, he began to come back frequently starting XI.
Apart from that, his appearance also started to experience rapid improvements. The original Southampton academy player, even recently recorded a hat trick when he helped Spurs beat Sheffield United in the 2020/21 Premier League title.
The rising appearance of the Welshman, in fact, makes Spurs interested in continuing to use his services even longer. Because, Mirror Football reports if the club wants to extend the loan period.
If this season, Los Blancos and Spurs have their respective policies to pay Bale’s salary of 50 percent, now the North London club is ready to pay his salary in full with 250 thousand pounds per week or have to spend around 12 million pounds.