Today a new twist in Tottenham’s bid to sign the ‘superstar’ striker

Tottenham Hotspur’s attempt to sign Real Madrid striker Gareth Bale in the summer transfer window is now reportedly facing a threat from AC Milan.

Bale, a former Tottenham star, is out of contract with Spanish and European giants Madrid at the end of the season.

In February, TuttoMercatoWeb reported that the 32-year-old winger has already signed a preliminary contract to return to Spurs for the third time.

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However, today there was a new twist.

Sports report this morning that AC Milan are interested in signing Bale on a free transfer in summer 2022.

The Italian club have contacted Bale’s representatives to secure his services on a free transfer.

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Tottenham Hotspur or AC Milan for Gareth Bale?

In our opinion, Milan could be very attractive for Bale, who could decide to join the Italian club instead of returning to Tottenham.

Milan could win the Serie A title at the end of the season and the Italian giants now play regularly in the Champions League too.

Should Wales qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar later in the year, Bale would need a club for at least the first half of next season.

Milan could be a good option for the Wales international, dubbed a ‘superstar’ by former Tottenham striker Darren Bentley talkSPORT (4:13 p.m., March 25, 2022).

https://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2022/04/01/tottenham-hotspur-ac-milan-premier-league-gareth-bale/ Today a new twist in Tottenham’s bid to sign the ‘superstar’ striker

Brian Ashcraft

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