Whoever is in charge of leading Tottenham Hotspur next season will be given the chance to re-sign Gareth Bale from Real Madrid.
This claims the Daily Mail, which claims that the new offer will be another loan deal.
Bale is due to return to Spain next month after enjoying a season in the Premier League, but may consider staying with the Spurs for another year.
It’s not clear what the winger’s plans are this summer – but he seems to have two options at the table: to fight for a place in Madrid or to stay in London for another year.
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Bale returned to the Spurs this season with a moderate blow, scoring 14 goals in 30 appearances in all competitions – including a great hat-trick against Sheffield United.
The Welsh national team also took three assists and formed a solid partnership with Harry Kane and Son Hyung-min.
Transfermarkt currently estimates Bale at just £ 18 million – far from the £ 81 million it was valued at in 2016.
Given the relatively low rating, surprisingly not much is said about the fact that the wing is constantly returning to the Spurs – but this is just speculation on our part.