It looks like it was ages ago when Gareth Bale was one of the most cherished and followed players in the world. Now, Real Madrid are just desperately trying to get rid of him by all means possible.

Naturally, that even includes losing money by letting him go for a lower fee or even paying part of his wage on a loan spell, as they just want him out of the team as if he were the only one to blame for their season-long struggles.

That’s why it looks like Mauricio Pochettino and his Tottenham Hotspur are bound to give Real Madrid a hand and take Gareth Bale back to his team, as The Daily Mail reported the UCL Finalists would be willing to pay Los Blancos a £10 million fee for a loan.

Zinedine Zidane no longer counts with the Cardiff Express, and he’s done little to hush the doubters that have booed him a night in and night out in Santiago Bernabeu.

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Bale was supposed to take a step forward to become the team’s biggest star once Cristiano Ronaldo completed a shocking move to Italian giants Juventus, but the injury-prone winger has failed to live up to the expectations and even lost his starting spot to Vinicius Jr prior to the Brazilian’s injury.

Pochettino, on the other hand, is trying to make the most of the Spurs’ budget right now, as the team is likely to lose Christian Eriksen and even perhaps Dele Alli in the summer, with teams like Real Madrid interested in their services.

Bale thrived in the English Premier League before completing his record-breaking move to Santiago Bernabeu, and while he’s been a major part of the team’s recent success, it’s clear that he’s not comfortable at all in Spain and Madrid supporters have really mistreated him for years, so a change of environment is due for the Welshman.

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