Gareth Bale’s move to Chinese club Jiangsu Suning collapsed, and the reasons have been given as either the forward’s family urging him not to make the switch, or Real Madrid pulling the plug on a free transfer.
Tuesday’s edition of Sport explains Madrid president Florentino Pérez’s financial demands were why Jiangsu Suning failed to secure the Welshman’s services.
Los Blancos are racing against time to find a new destination for the 30-year-old and a return to Tottenham Hotspur in the final days of the window is now again pushed forward as a possibility.
Sport claims Spurs are viewed as another option for Bale and Real Madrid would ‘reopen the track’ that leads the attacker back to north London club.
However, Mauricio Pochettino’s side will not be able to pay high wages to Bale and the player is also unwilling to reduce his salary demands to join another club.
That would leave Madrid having to subsidise the wages, something they may against at this stage.
Edging Tottenham forward again appears more out of hope than anything else.
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