Jose Mourinho has refused to speak on Gareth Bale’s possible return to Tottenham Hotspurs following reports of ongoing negotiation.
Gareth Bale’s agent confirmed yesterday that negotiations are ongoing between Real Madrid and Tottenham, for the possible transfer of Gareth Bale back to North London.
But Spurs manager has neither confirmed nor rebuffed such, according to the Telegraph.
“Gareth Bale is a Real Madrid player and I don’t comment on players from other clubs.
It is not my job to have contacts with agents. I don’t want to comment on that.” -Jose said, when quizzed on the Welsh man.
Reports making the rounds suggests that, seven years after leaving the Premier League side for 13-times UEFA Champions League winners, Real Madrid, Bale could be returning back on loan.
The negotiation on the table sees Real paying 50% of Bale’s £300,000/week wages, with Dele Alli moving the opposite direction, and also being 100% responsible for the English midfielder’s £100,000/week wages.
Multiple sources also believe that Spurs are pushing to make Bale’s move a permanent one, provided the financial details are favourable.
The 31-year-old attacker has completely fallen out of place with Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane. And the Laliga giants are doing everything possible to offload the Welsh man, in a bid to also easy up the club’s financial constraints.