The Premier already dreams of Bale

“Gareth still loves Spurs. We are in talks, it is where he wants to be “. With these words his agent, Jonathan Barnett, was shaking the shaker of the 'Bale case' this Tuesday on the BBC. The player is willing to leave and, although Manchester United is also an option for the Welshman, very much liked by Real Madrid, Tottenham is the one that resonates the most in the British press. The romantic factor that would mean returning to what was his home until his signing for the white team in 2013, 101 million euros through, is the common thread of the covers of the main tabloids of the islands.

“True love”, heads the Mirror, to further highlight the words of Barnett and briefly explain that Tottenham's intention is to close a loan for his once star. “Tottenham move to sign Bale”, reports the Times with a photo of the madridista in his stage in the Spurs. Also, echo the possibility of Dele Alli doing the reverse path and they remember the other open fight between Tottenham and United: the hiring of Sergio Reguilón.

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Cover of 'The Sun' and page of the 'Times' of September 16, 2020.

In The Sun They put a price on the operation: “Jose (Mourinho) and Levy are close to an agreement for 20 million pounds (about 24 euros) with Real”. The operation would be a transfer and the mentioned price includes the player's salary and the price that would be paid to Madrid. He Daily star, meanwhile, refers to the classic of The Clash and title “London Calling”. Meanwhile he Daily Mail remember the common past of both protagonists: “Bale is coming home”. The latter also joins the Times at the time of slipping the possibility Dele Alli as a plausible Madrid signing and informs about the situation of the transfer of Reguilón.