Ancelotti asks Everton to repeat transfer strategy in a row for Spurs star
Posted On May 4, 2021
According to a Spanish journalist, Gareth Bale has emerged as a target for the transfer of shock to Everton as doubts about his future continue.
Bale spends the season on loan at Tottenham from Real Madrid. When he left Spurs for the Spanish capital in 2013, he was the most expensive player ever, but he has suffered a decline in recent years. Since returning to north London, he has endured further mixed fortunes.
The Wales winger sent a reminder of his quality with a hat-trick against Sheffield United at the weekend. That took his numbers up to 14 goals for the season.
In the wake of this, demands arose Daniel Levy would be willing to let Bale stay at the club if Tottenham’s next head coach wanted to keep him. However, there are still doubts about where he will play next season.
Other sources are less certain that Tottenham will try to sign him permanently. Therefore, he was able to return to Madrid for the final year of his contract there.
But if he is not happy sitting on the bench, he may have to find a new home. And that could lead him back to the Premier League.
According to Eduardo Inda, he continues to speak The beach bar, Everton are candidates to sign Bale if he does not stay at Tottenham.
Toffees established contact with Madrid last summer when they signed James Rodriguez for a free transfer. Now they will apparently take Bale on the same terms.
Inda claimed (as translated by Sports witness): “Ancelotti has asked for Bale, a player he always loved when they played together at Real Madrid. He wants to take him to Everton. ”
It is not clear whether Madrid will allow Bale to leave for free, or whether Everton would be able to provide the winger’s salary.
But as seen with Rodriguez, they are eager to make high-profile signings as they look to build on a promising season.
Bale explains the recent revival
After his hat trick over the weekend, Bale insisted he just needed regular playing time to rediscover his best form.
“It’s always nice to get another hat trick and another match ball,” he said Sky Sports on Sunday.
“I remember my last hat trick – Villa away I think. That was a while ago and it’s nice to get a hat trick, but more importantly it’s three points for the team and we move on to the next one.
“Winning always makes everyone happy and gives a winning mentality to the locker room. It does not happen overnight, but I feel like taking a step in the right direction.
“I’m fine. Like I said before, I just needed to play games and get a game, and I do that now, so I’m happy, and when I’m happy, I usually play well.”
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