Gareth Bale Has "Several Golf Courses Built" For Himself In Tottenham Hotspur Training Centre
Tottenham Hotspur have created mini golf courses for Gareth Bale at their training complex according to teammate Sergio Reguilon.
Bale rejoined Spurs on loan from Real Madrid in the summer and scored his first goal for the club since 2013 in Sunday's 2-1 win over Brighton.
His love for golf was known during his time in Spain and according to Reguilon, the passion has followed him back to North London.
When asked about Bale and his Madrid future, Reguilon told El Larguero (SER) per AS: "He's very happy and I seem in a different light. The language and communication are everything to him. His Spanish is good, well, it's like my English.
"He seems happier with the habits here.
"What did surprise me is that they've created golf holes for him at the training centre. They are only short holes but I couldn't believe it.
"He didn't do badly at Real Madrid and I've no idea if he'll go back."
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The Welshman has been an avid golf player for years and riled Madrid fans with a 'Wales. Golf. Madrid, in that order' banner last November.
Reguilon also joined Spurs from 'Los Blancos' in a permanent deal, but the La Liga champions have a buyback clause inserted in his contract.
When asked about a potential return in the next few years, the 23-year-old replied: "Madrid is home, where I grew up, a place that has given me everything. One never knows what possibilities await in the future."
Senior members of the Madrid hierarchy are fans of Reguilon and are aware he could be brought back for around £40 million next summer if Ferland Mendy and Marcelo's performances at left-back don't improve.
When asked about his relationship with current Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane, the Spaniard replied: "I didn't really speak with him, it was more with representatives from the club.
"I knew how the valued my work but I had to make the decision. Time will tell if it works out and I didn't feel that the time was right for me to ask for explanations. At my age, it's important to be playing and to keep being competitive."
Reguilon spent last season on loan at Sevilla and helped them win the Europa League.
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