Gareth Bale Transfer Odds & News – Welshman back to Tottenham Hotspur?

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Gareth Bale Transfer Bets – Welshman to Spurs, Man Utd, Inter or MLS?
Tottenham Hotspur to bring Bale home?
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Odds: 5/4 odds taken 1700 GMT, Monday 7 September

Gareth Bale looks nailed on to leave Real Madrid, but where will the Wales skipper end up? Is a move back to the Premier League with either Tottenham Hotspur or Manchester United on the cards, or will Inter Milan persuade another superstar to join at the San Siro? We have the latest Gareth Bale bets and odds.

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Latest Gareth Bale Transfer Odds – Who are the frontrunners for his signature?

If Bale does indeed leave the Spanish capital before the window slams shut, the Welshman will not be shy of suitors. At the time of writing, former club Spurs, now managed by Jose Mourinho, are the current favourites to sign him at 5/4.

Inter Milan, who have brought a whole host of ex-Premier League stars to the San Siro in recent times, are available at 14/1, along with fellow Serie A side Juventus. For Bale to sign for any MLS team, you can get 11/2.

Our betting prediction:
Gareth Bale Transfer to Tottenham

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(odds taken 1710 GMT, Monday 7 September)

Bale has been linked with a move to Man Utd a number of times over the years, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s boys are priced at 7/1 to land the Galactico this time. However, the Red Devils will face fierce competition.

Our betting prediction:
Spurs to win the 2020-21 FA Cup

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(odds taken 1707 GMT, September 7 September)



Key Facts – Gareth Bale

  • Bale moved to Real Madrid for £85.3m, which was a record deal at the time
  • The Cardiff-born star made his debut for Wales way back in 2006
  • Bale moved to White Hart Lane from Southampton in 2007, making his competitive debut against Man Utd


Gareth Bale Transfer Bets: Bale back to Spurs?

The Welsh wizard could end up anywhere in the world judging by recent reports, but it looks increasingly likely that he will leave Real Madrid, with Zinedine Zidane reportedly ready to offload the 31-year-old.

Bale had a stunning time at Tottenham, racking up almost 150 Premier League appearances before moving to Madrid in a big-money deal in 2013.

If Bale comes back to England, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium seems his most likely destination, and he could flourish under Jose. Head over to Paddy Power for the latest Gareth Bale bets and odds betting odds.

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