Im told no: A Sky reporter claims that Tottenham's ambitious Villa transfer goal will not join him

Im told no: A Sky reporter claims that Tottenham's ambitious Villa transfer goal will not join him ...

According to Michael Bridge, Aston Villa''s transfer target Gareth Bale would not join Tottenham Hotspur this summer, according to Sky Sports News (22/06/22 at 5:05 pm).

A newser on The Sky said that a decision on Bales'' future will be made within the next week, with several teams keen on his talents, including the likes of Villa and Newcastle.

With his contract at Real Madrid coming to an end this month, he had the possibility of returning to Tottenham colours.

While Bale donned the Spurs for a second time, just before Euro 2020, it''s not a case of a third time lucky ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

However, this was the lowdown Bridge on Bales'' future, how retirement hasn''t been ruled out, and how he might return to his hometown club of Cardiff City.

Bridge said that when Cardiff arrive at their training ground, they meet up with the people of their (Cardiffs) teams. What we can say is that they are only one of a handful of clubs interested in obtaining Gareth Bale''s services.

Bale is still one of the most powerful players in European football. Despite having a few injury issues, he said a few weeks ago no, I was fit last season, just Real Madrid didnt play me.

No break from the club is guaranteed. He will be on his second holiday, and we anticipate him to make a decision within the next week. He has a host of options to pick up.

I am told no (to return to Tottenham). Tottenham fans are absolutely admiring him. There was early talk lets do it a third and final time.

Bale might have been contemplated retiring after the World Cup, according to someone. And if Wales didn''t qualify for the World Cup, then that hasn''t been denied. It''s also important to think that no club like Tottenham is permitted.


If Cardiff City had a player with Bales experience, qualifications, and goal threat, it might be a move for the Championship side.

Danny Gabidon, a former Bluebirds player, said the 32-year-old has been world-class for so long, and was hoping he join Cardiff.

Although a lot of it depends on whether Bale stays on his feet until the 2022 World Cup comes to an end, then then the Premier League might be hesitant to go.

This summer, Aston Villa are looking for renowned performers, who will make a return to Europe, but if Bale is going to be at the club for a few months, then there is no danger in signing him.

For a club like Cardiff, the second-tier results might be the world of difference, so it wouldn''t be a surprise if he returns to his hometown.

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