Gareth Bale Increasingly Open To Move Amid Tottenham And Man Utd Interest

Tottenham In Talks Over Gareth Bale Signing Agent

Gareth Bale left Tottenham for Real Madrid in 2013 for a then world record fee of 85 million pound

Tottenham will reportedly send Englishman Ryan Sessegnon out on loan if they sign target Sergio Reguilon from Real Madrid.

The 31-year-old has won four Champions League titles and two La Liga crowns during his time in Spain, but his turbulent relationship with Zidane has left him exiled for most of the last year.

Bale's camp are understood to have lowered any potential wage demands to £250,000 a week, but a remaining complication is that Madrid would prefer an outright fee of £20m.

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Manchester United have also been linked with the player in recent days, so it does look like Bale's days at Real Madrid are numbered and that he'll soon be back in the Premier League.

Nevertheless, the winger's agent Jonathan Barnett stated playing in north London once again would be his client's preferred option.

The Sun is reporting that the Red Devils have run out of patience in their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho.

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Spurs are also closing in on a deal to sign Real left-back Sergio Reguilon, who had been a target for Manchester United.

Now things have turned on their head, with Reguilon looking closer to signing for Jose Mourinho's side.

Signing Bale would go against Solskjaer's usual policy of buying hungry young players who he can improve but The Sun says he's open to the idea of buying a proven talent like the Welshman if needed.

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The Independent has been told that intermediaries are investigating the possibility of a move to either old club Tottenham Hotspur or Manchester United.

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