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Tottenham to Sign Gareth Bale.

Tottenham to Sign Gareth Bale.

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Tottenham are hopeful of signing Gareth Bale permanently next summer for as little as £13.5 million, according to reports in Italy. The Wales international rejoined Spurs from Real Madrid on loan this summer after falling out of favour at the Bernabeu following the return of Zinedine Zidane as head coach in March 2019. That deal did not include an option to buy. However, Calciomercato reports Jose Mourinho is keen to strike an agreement to sign Bale, who has made six appearances so far since his return to north London, on a permanent basis. Bale will have one year remaining on his contract when he returns to Real Madrid next summer, and the reported £13.5m fee Tottenham hope to agree is what he would receive in wages for the 2021/22 season. F...
Harry Kane’s 200th goal for Tottenham in his 300th game – puts him above Alan Shearer, Wayne Rooney and Thierry Henry

Harry Kane’s 200th goal for Tottenham in his 300th game – puts him above Alan Shearer, Wayne Rooney and Thierry Henry

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Harry Kane scored his 200th Tottenham Hotspur goal in just his 300th game for the club in their Europa League clash at Ludogorets on Thursday evening. The England captain, who scored his first goal for the club back in 2011 against Shamrock Rovers, had to wait nine years to complete his double century. It came in the same competition as he put the visitors 1-0 up in their Europa League clash in Bulgaria with a well-placed header from a corner. Lucas Moura got on the scoresheet just after the half hour mark to give Spurs a 2-0 lead. Kane becomes the third Spurs player to reach the landmark and is behind only Bobby Smith and Jimmy Greaves in the club’s record scorers list. Kane, 27, is now officially more prolific than Premier League legends Thierry Henry, A...
The Return of Gareth Bale as West Ham Fight back from Three Goals down

The Return of Gareth Bale as West Ham Fight back from Three Goals down

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JOSE MOURINHO refused to blame the introduction of Gareth Bale for Tottenham’s spectacular collapse yesterday as West Ham fought back to claim an extraordinary 3-3 draw. The dramatic encounter was the latest in a series of high-scoring, unpredictable matches in the new Premier League season, with Spurs’ capitulation coming soon after the arrival of Bale in the 72nd minute for his first appearance since returning to his former club from Real Madrid. Spurs were coasting to victory after racing into a 3-0 lead in the first 16 minutes, with a Heung-min Son goal after 45 seconds and a brace from Harry Kane. But the Hammers, with their manager David Moyes back in the dugout, recovered in unlikely fashion with three goals in the last eight minutes, the comeback completed with a stu...
West Ham United Sign Algeria’s Said Benrahma On Season-Long Loan

West Ham United Sign Algeria’s Said Benrahma On Season-Long Loan

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Said Benrahma became a target after he scored 17 times for Championship club Brentford last season. West Ham United have completed the signing of Said Benrahma on a season-long loan from Brentford, the Premier League club announced on Friday. There had been speculation that the Algeria winger had failed a medical but the Hammers said Benrahma would be moving across London until the end of the current campaign after formalising the deal before Friday's transfer window deadline. However, the 25-year-old will not be available for the clash against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday. Said Benrahma became a target after he scored 17 times for Championship club Brentford last season. "I'm very, very happy to be a part of this team," said Benrahma in a West Ham statement. "...
ASENE WENGER MAKES ADMISSION ABOUT TOTTENHAM

ASENE WENGER MAKES ADMISSION ABOUT TOTTENHAM

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Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted that he never harboured any ‘hostility’ for Tottenham Hotspur. The legendary Frenchman enjoyed many-a-battle against the Gunners’ North London rivals. Having spent 22 years at Arsenal, Wenger got quite familiar with the feeling of coming up against Tottenham. And the 70-year-old has revealed that his will to secure the bragging rights always stemmed from competitiveness, not disdain. He told The Guardian: “Hostility no, competition yes. It was vital that you beat Tottenham for the respect of the club. Competition is important, as long as it’s not crazy. “When you [were due to] play Tottenham, at the start of the week everybody was a bit more nervous than usual.” It seems bizarre now, given that Spurs regularly...
Gareth Bale Re-joins Tottenham on Loan from Real Madrid

Gareth Bale Re-joins Tottenham on Loan from Real Madrid

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Wales forward seals return to Spurs on a season-long loan deal on a seismic day for the Premier League football club. Gareth Bale completed a loan move from Spanish Champions Real Madrid back to his former club Tottenham Hotspur as the Wales forward ended an increasingly fractious seven-year stay at the Bernabeu. FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - Champions League Final - Real Madrid v Liverpool - NSC Olympic Stadium, Kiev, Ukraine - May 26, 2018 Real Madrid's Gareth Bale celebrates scoring their second goal REUTERS/Hannah McKay/File Photo The 31-year-old had flown to London on Spurs chairman Daniel Levy's private jet on Friday along with Real's Spanish left back Sergio Reguilon to put the finishing touches to their moves on a seismic day for the Premier League club. Bale has ...
Top 10 Most Valuable Clubs In World Football Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Top 10 Most Valuable Clubs In World Football Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

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By Our Reporter Brand Finance Review have crunched the all-important numbers to determine the world's most valuable football clubs amid the global pandemic. Liverpool's value has increased significantly as they close in on Manchester United following their Premier League triumph. And Real Madrid top the list despite suffering a £205 million decrease from 2019. The Spanish champions are valued at £1.286 billion ahead of Barcelona who have a value of £1.280 billion after an £18.1 million rise. Manchester United and Liverpool are ranked third and fourth, respectively. The Red Devils have seen their value drop by £143 million to an overall value of £1.190 billion. After delivering the Premier League title last season, Jurgen Klopp's side managed to see their value rise by £64.3...