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Ancelotti to spoil any chance of Tottenham signing Bale again
By Bruce Grove -

Gareth Bale is set to be given another lifeline by Carlo Ancelotti next season and that means Tottenham can forget about bringing him back to London even for a temporary spell, reports The Athletic.

The Welshman spent last season on loan at Spurs from Real Madrid.

He moved back to London because he had fallen down the pecking order under Zinedine Zidane.

The Frenchman even had problems with the club’s hierarchy because of his stance on Bale.

However, he has since left his position as their manager and has been replaced by Ancelotti.

Ancelotti managed Madrid between 2013 and 2015 previously and he enjoyed a good working relationship with Bale, with both of them winning trophies for the club.

His return to the Madrid hot seat was unexpected, but he knows he has to deliver.

Los Blancos has several players who spent last season out of the club on loan and they would be evaluated by the returning manager.

They don’t have so much money to spend on new transfers and the report says Ancelotti will look at the likes of Bale, Luka Jovic and Eden Hazard to see how they fit into his plans.

The report, however, maintained that the Italian manager doesn’t want to lose Bale and believes that he can help the former Southampton teenage star hit top form again.

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Kostap14
Kostap14
27 days ago

Can we appoint Zidane, just as a security blanket🙄

Scottish Yiddo
Scottish Yiddo
28 days ago

Fcuking good don’t want bale back poor poor player now

Bertoliver
Bertoliver
28 days ago
Reply to  Scottish Yiddo

Well Wales have made it out of the group stages down to or at least in part down to his contribution. He’s certainly not the Bale of old and he is ludicrously overpaid but he is considerably better than pretty much all of those who represented your country over the last two weeks.

Mark
Mark
28 days ago

Bale’s time has been and gone. The next Levy “project” can’t afford Bale. Can’t afford much from what I’ve read.

Spursnutd
Spursnutd
28 days ago

Well said Mike j I totally agree with you. Bale never turned up against quality teams but against the rest he scored a few goals. I know some will point to his goals per minute in the prem last season but for 200+ thousands per week I would have expected at twice what he gave us. Real can keep him and his inflated wages and I wish them both the best of luck.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
28 days ago
Reply to  Spursnutd

Leicester City are quality opposition, besides it was the so called lesser sides we struggled to beat over the years. I remember the 3 points he got for us against Brighton for example. I’ll be sad to see the back of him, he oozes quality.

James McKevitt.
James McKevitt.
28 days ago

I’d be surprised if Bale plays regularly for Real Madrid next season, the split between them is real.

Real want as much of his wages off the books and he is out of contract next year so I think he’ll back at Spurs.

Scottish Yiddo
Scottish Yiddo
28 days ago

No way he’s back ur stupid for even thinking he will be

Mike J
Mike J
28 days ago

Bale had some good moments on loan with Spurs (against lesser opposition). However, I don’t think he gave us good value for money. I’d rather remember him for his glory days, earlier in his career.

Basically, Ancelotti is welcome to keep him next season.

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