Real Madrid star forward, Gareth Bale is set to return to Tottenham Hotspur on a season-long loan, after the Spanish giant and the North London club reached an agreement in principle for the 2011 Professional Footballers Association (PFA) player of the year, to return to Spurs.
Bale has had very limited playing time since the return of Real boss, Zinedine Zidane, with many suggesting that communication may have broken down between the pair. The former Spurs left back turned striker, has been in the news, as various tabloid have strongly linked him to Manchester United over the past few seasons.
The former Southampton player and four time champions league winner with Real Madrid is expected to depart the the Spanish capital in the early hours of Friday 18th of September 2020 to complete his medicals and sign the dotted line after a fee of around 12 million pounds loan deal was reached between the two clubs.
Meanwhile, reports suggest teammate Sergio Reguilon has left Madrid to London to complete his medicals after Tottenham agreed a deal to land the Madrid left full back for a fee of around 27.5 million pounds.
Reguilon, spent last season on loan at Sevilla where he won the Uefa Europa League cup after defeating Inter Milan in the final. The Spaniard, voted La Liga’s best left back last season is expected to bolster Jose Mourinho’s team after an opening day of the season home defeat at the New Tottenham Stadium to Everton Football Club.