Tottenham's 'Bale plan'

Jose Mourinho knows Gareth Bale first-hand. The Portuguese has already tried to recruit him on several occasions and is aware of his status. Although he has trained in Madrid (the last days in the gym), the one in Cardiff has no competition rhythm and at White Hart Lane they already prepare a specific plan for when he joins training.

The Welsh winger, as they point out from England, will fulfill a plan that will last a month until reaching the desired peak. At first they will have to postpone it. A little discomfort in the knee that he noticed in the last national team break will leave him out for a month. In addition, in recent months he has barely enjoyed minutes. The one from Cardiff needs rhythm and also, to sharpen his instinct again for a league of the highest level and notable physical demand.

Once you recover from your knee, you will begin to work to reach your highest level again. Thus, the player will have to delay the start of his second stage at Spurs as far as games are concerned.

Tottenham has a very busy schedule in these first stages of the season and Jose Mourinho hopes that it will be there as soon as possible. This Sunday, Tottenham faced Southampton and next week will bring together three games: Capital One Cup on Tuesday, Europa League on Thursday and meeting against Newcastle on Sunday. October will start with the first key League match against Manchester United and between 17 and 24If the plan is fulfilled, Gareth Bale could appear against Burnley or Brighton. The aim would be to have the Welshman ready at full capacity for the late November games against Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal that will be played between November 21 and December 5. The express should be ready for the first Tourmalet.

Since the return of football, Gareth Bale barely played 100 minutes with Real Madrid: 29 against Eibar and 71 against Mallorca, being left out of the list against Leganés and against Manchester City, the match that closed the white campaign. With his national team, he played 45 minutes against Finland and completed his first game in months against Bulgaria. Without a goal in all these games, in London they hope that their drought will end and the Cardiff Express will fly again as before.