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].— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) September 17, 2020
Fabrizio Romano continues his excellent works in respect of the biggest transfers, heralding the return of the boy Bale. This summer transfer window is turning into somewhat of a spectacular success for Jose Mourinho, who despite a global pandemic, and Tottenham grappling debts totalling nigh on billion pounds.
To date the club has already managed to get deals over the line for Southampton’s former captain, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, and Wolverhampton Wanderers’ former captain, Matt Doherty, plus one of the most successful and experienced goalkeepers in Europe, Joe Hart.
Add serial winner Gareth Bale to this activity and Tottenham have done some extraordinary business, which few would have thought possible after so many years of erratic efforts when it came to freshening up the squad.