An alleged golf match between Bale and Levy drives Tottenham fans crazy

A half-blurred photo of a schedule is driving Tottenham fans crazy. This Thursday an image of a schedule of the Hadley Wood golf club in London began to run through the networks where a match was scheduled for today between Daniel Levy, Steve Hitchin and Gareth Bale, a Real Madrid player who is close to closing his move to Spurs.

Everything indicates that the photo has been edited, a version that the English press corroborates, and that Bale will not be at this aforementioned golf club but, even so, several fans have not wanted to miss the opportunity to meet their star on the green and they have called to book a game for this Friday afternoon.

“We have never had so many reservation requests for a Friday afternoon”, the golf club tweeted on his account with the hashtag 'BaleBack' (Bale returns) and COYS, the initials of Come On You Spurs, the famous war cry of the Tottenham fans.

The player will not be in the 18 holes of this golf club just half an hour by car from the Tottenham stadium. As reported by Cadena SER this Thursday, the Welsh player will travel to London today to sign his new commitment with the white team and be presented, for the second time in his career, as a new Tottenham player.

The Cardiff man arrives in London again after he signed for the White Hart Lane club from Southampton in 2007, who received 14 million euros for the transfer.. In 2013, Bale left Tottenham after going from winger to attacking player and being named best player in the Premier. Now, he 'closes' a stage in Madrid with wide lights and also shadows in addition to a remarkable record with four Champions League, two Leagues, a Copa del Rey, a Spanish Super Cup, three in Europe and four Club World Cups. The Welshman was part of the squad that won the last title in Tottenham's history: the 2008 League Cup. Now, with him on the squad, they want to play metal again after years of growth in which they have played Premier and even Champions League finals but they have not reached a successful conclusion.