After barely six-months of signing for Tottenham Hotspurs on loan, Gareth Bale plans to return back to Real Madrid after the season.
Welsh forward Gareth Bale looks tempted to leave Spurs for Real Madrid for the second time in his career, as he openly admitted on his future plans in an interview.
Spurs manager, Jose Mourinho also expressed how the future of Gareth Bale is in the control of his former club Real Madrid as of now. The Wales International also doesn't seem much motivated to spend another year at White Hard Lane, as he hasn't been a central figure in the Spurs side as youngsters like Harry Kane and Heung Min Son have been contributing vastly to the bigger picture.
Gareth Bale plans to return to Real Madrid after this season. Photo Source: DW
A return to Spurs last summer was probably a sentimental decision too for Gareth Bale who made his breakthrough from the London club. However, the 31-year-old attacker's main motive was to get more playing time and get match-fit before the upcoming Euros.
"My plan is to go back, that's as far I have planned."
While many thought that Bale's chapter with Real Madrid ended the day he went to Spurs on a year-long loan deal after a fall-out with coach Zinedine Zidane, the four-time Champions League winner does plan on going through one final ride with his beloved club.
In his return to Spurs, Bale has already scored ten goals in 25 appearances, which definitely gets the Welsh forward right on top before going to Euros. Since he still has a year left on his contract, Mourinho and Levy would need to offer him a more attractive package to get his signature.
Gareth Bale has won four UEFA Champions League titles with Real Madrid. Photo Source: Pinterest
Only time will tell if Bale will play in a Real Madrid shirt again, or stay at Tottenham.