On loan from Real Madrid to Tottenham this season, Gareth Bale (31) struggled to get back into the game of English football during the first part of the season. But in recent weeks, the Welsh international (90 caps, 33 goals) seems to gradually regain form, evidenced by his hat-trick scored against Sheffield United on Sunday night in the Premier League, against Sheffield United (4-0).
And while the Spurs are still looking for their new manager for next season, Ryan Mason acting until the end of this 2020-2021 fiscal year after the dismissal of José Mourinho, our colleagues from the Daily Mail We learn that Tottenham negotiated with Real Madrid last summer a priority option to extend Gareth Bale’s loan for another year. This option is obviously subject to the agreement of the Welshman, whose lease with the Merengues expires in 2022. What convince a major coach to sit on the bench at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?