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Zidane Gives His Brutally Honest Thoughts On Gareth Bale's Transfer To Spurs

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Zidane Gives His Brutally Honest Thoughts On Gareth Bale's Transfer To Spurs

By Mike Parrott

Zinedine Zidane has given his thoughts on Gareth Bale joining Tottenham Hotspur on a season-long loan. The French manager hasn't ever had the best relationship with Bale and it shows with his reaction to the transfer.

Gareth Bale has finally escaped from Real Madrid for at least a year.

With Bale re-joining Tottenham Hotspur on a season-long loan, the Welshman will finally be able to play his second-favourite sport once again.


Bale's tenure with current Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane hasn't been the best albeit Bale being instrumental in the three UEFA Champions League titles Zidane won as manager.

Speaking ahead of Real's first game in La Liga away to Real Sociedad on Sunday, where they will begin their title defence, he said regarding Bale's departure: "It's not like that but I don't really care.

"It's more complicated. With Bale it's always about one side against the other. But I've never had a problem with Gareth.


"There will always be things that happen. Now he's making a change, all we can do is wish him the best... These things happen in football, but I've always said he was a spectacular player."

Zidane also revealed he did not say anything to Bale before he left to return to the Premier League.

"I did not speak to him," he added.


"But I know what he has done for this club. He always proved his quality and what he has achieved with the club cannot be argued with."

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Topics: Football News, Tottenham Hotspur, Football, Premier League, gareth bale, Zinedine Zidane, Real Madrid, La Liga

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