Gareth Bale will cost Spurs £24.48m for his one year loan

Tottenham Hotspur are very close to announcing Gareth Bale on a year-long loan move from Real Madrid, with the deal set to cost £24.48m, sources close to Spurs Central tell us.

The winger has been on the fringes at Real Madrid for a couple of years, with his relationship with Zinedine Zidane far from ideal.

With the Welshman now closing in on an exciting move back to the Premier League, sources close to Spurs Central now claim that the total cost of his move to Tottenham will be close to £25million.

Spurs fans have fond memories of the stunning player that left them in 2013. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY THE TIMES.

Real Madrid have agreed to subsidise 60% of Bales outlandish £600,000/week wages which will see Spurs pay £240,000/week or £12.48m of the Welshman’s massive £31.2m/year salary.

On top of this, Daniel Levy has agreed to pay a £12m loan fee that will take the total for his one year move to The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to £24.48m. It’s a shock to most that Levy agreed to sanction such a deal given the Lily Whites’ history of penny-pinching.

The 31-year-old left Spurs in 2013, joining Real Madrid for £85m which was, at the time, a world-record fee for a footballer.

Gareth Bale’s career at Real Madrid did not go according to plan. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY THE BLEACHER REPORT.

Bale will not feature for Spurs for around a month as he recovers from a knee injury and government rules on COVID-19 social distancing stimulate a two-week isolation period after international travel.

West Ham visit Tottenham towards the end of October and that could be his first game back.

Michael Mongie
Football Central Media Group Founder, Owner and Editor.
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