The transfer window is in full swing with several sagas finally coming to an end yesterday.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang put an end to speculation about his future by putting pen to paper on a new contract at Arsenal.
Elsewhere, Manchester United target Jack Grealish made a commitment to Aston Villa by signing a long-term contract.
And After closing the arrival of Sergio Reguilón to Tottenham, the next on the list is Gareth Bale. Real Madrid have open negotiations with Tottenham Hotspur himself and Manchester United for the Welshman, who prefers to return to Spurs.
However, Gareth Bale’s future is still up in the air after Tottenham made a late move for Real Madrid, which is interesting for Manchester United as well.
“Gareth still loves Tottenham. It is where he wants to be. We are talking …”, confirmed the agent through the BBC on Tuesday. This Wednesday, in statements to the Agence France Press, Barnett confirmed that there are open negotiations with the London team and that they do not seem easy although the positions between all the parties are getting closer. “The deal is close but not done. It is a complicated negotiation,” he told the news agency.
He also spoke on Sky Sports, where he confirmed the approach of positions. The agreement, according to Barnett, “is complicated”, but considers that the matter “could move very quickly if the talks continue to go like this.” “Gareth has already spoken with José and explained that the ‘Spurs’ have a special place in his heart.”
Mou trusts Bale
José Mourinho believes that he can bring out the best in Gareth Bale. The Tottenham coach, who is very close to securing the loan of the Welsh player, became interested in Bale’s performance and attitude in recent months and asked Real Madrid if he could work back in the Premier League, according to what has been published ESP
During his two and a half seasons at Manchester United, Mourinho already tried to convince Bale to return to the Premier League, a competition in which he shone in the Tottenham jersey. That is why he is totally confident that the Welshman will respond with goals and quality by partnering with Harry Kane.
If the negotiation is quick in the next few hours, and having assumed that Manchester United will not move any cards on the matter, Tottenham could secure their new footballer in time to be of the game in Sunday’s game against Southampton. The ‘Spurs’ lost 1-0 against Everton in the premiere of the Premier League
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