Being keen on keeping their prolific players, Tottenham Hotspur, who are keen on keeping Gareth Bale to a long-term contract, will be handed the chance to sign me permanently for €15 million.

Ever since his return to the White Hart Lane, the Wales International could be said to have reignited his passion for football. In the past two seasons he spent with Real Madrid, the Welshman could be said to be under some pressure having faced criticism daily while playing for the Spanish club – despite this online casinos canada still revolved odds around the Welshman. He also shows his preference to play golf rather than play for the La Liga club.

Having completely fallen out of favor in the Zinedine Zidane’s team, the club was relieved to be free of the winger this summer.

Seeing their former winger’s situation with the Los Blancos, Tottenham decided to bring the Welshman back to the White Hart Lane in a double deal that also brought in Sergio Reguilon, who noticed a change in Wales International mood.

Speaking to Cadena Ser, Reguilon said: “He seems different to me. The language is everything for him.

“He speaks Spanish well, it’s not bad, a bit like me in English, but communication, the habits, means he’s happier in England. I have no idea if he’ll return (to Madrid).”

Having played some games for the Spurs team, Bale was excited and talked about how good it was to play football.

Speaking to the media in a post-match interview, he said: “It is amazing. It is a big reason why I play well and why I came back.

“You want to be loved and appreciated. I will give everything for this shirt.”

He scored his first goal for Tottenham since joining this summer in a 2-1 victory against Brighton Hove Albion in the Premier League.

However, a loan contract signed to bring the Welshman to White Hart Lane means the player will return to Spain at the end of the season as some new casinos online are covering odds regarding his future. His current contract with the Spanish giants is set to expire in 2022.

According to a report from Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo, the North London club will be giving a chance to sign the Wales International permanently to their club for a little fee of €15 million.

Spurs boss Jose Mourinho, who has worked with the winger during his time at the Santiago Bernabeu outfit, will be hoping to sign the Welshman permanently to the club.

There is still the January transfer window to look out for as North London could try to make the deal permanent before the end of the season.

With Gareth Bale’s addition to the team, the Spurs now have one of the most dangerous attacks in the Premier League so far this season.