Why Tottenham star Gareth Bale is cheered on by Real Madrid with every good performance

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Real Madrid desperately cheer every Gareth Bale goal for Tottenham

  • Gareth Bale is currently on loan to Tottenham Hotspur from Real Madrid
  • After a slow start, the Welshman is now returning to his best form at Spurs
  • Madrid are hoping this will convince the north London side to keep him next season
  • The 31-year-old has his contract in Madrid for another year from this summer
  • But the Spanish side is desperately trying to balance their books and dump Bale











Real Madrid cheer every Gareth Bale goal and back Tottenham because they believe it will improve the chances of Spurs keeping him for another season and paying at least part of his salary in the final year of his contract in Spain.

The 31-year-old’s future is delicate as Real Madrid have given up any hope of a transfer fee. The best scenario for them is that he will move for free this summer, relieving them of having to pay the £ 600,000 a week salary for another year.

Second best is that one club, most likely Tottenham, agrees to loan him out next season and pay half his salary, as Spurs is currently doing. The worst scenario is that he returns to Madrid and they have to pay the bill.

Gareth Bale has returned to form at Tottenham Hotspur after struggling earlier this season

The Welshman scored two goals in North London's 4-0 win over Burnley last month

The Welshman scored two goals in North London’s 4-0 win over Burnley last month

The Welshman scored another two goals on Sunday when Jose Mourinho's side beat up Crystal Palace

The Welshman scored another two goals on Sunday when Jose Mourinho’s side beat up Crystal Palace

Bale has proven impossible for the past three seasons. His contract runs until July 2022 and he wants every last euro of the deal he signed in 2016 to be paid for.

He rejected last season’s 10 percent pay cut agreed by the rest of the squad. He felt that with a donation of £ 500,000 to the University Hospital of Wales and another planned gift of the same amount to a Madrid hospital, he had made an important gesture in the pandemic but was not ready to forego his Real Madrid salary .

Madrid are in a delicate position again this season. They’ve played behind closed doors for a year now and are facing losses of € 90m (£ 77.5m) this season if the players don’t accept another 10 percent wage cut this season.

Spurs boss Jose Mourinho has seen his trust and trust in Bale have been rewarded in recent games

Spurs boss Jose Mourinho has seen his trust and trust in Bale have been rewarded in recent games

Tottenham has allowed Bale to have the best overall rating of his delicate fitness issues

Tottenham has allowed Bale to have the best overall rating of his delicate fitness issues

Now that Spurs is both in shape and fit, we hope he can play a key role in the first team

Now that Spurs is both in shape and fit, we hope he can play a key role in the first team

The chances of a further team-wide reduction being agreed are now viewed as extremely slim as the players prefer to negotiate as individual players. Getting Bale off the payroll remains a priority, especially since they don’t want a repeat of last summer when they haven’t signed anyone for the first time in 40 years.

Bale doesn’t want to go back and play for Zinedine Zidane. He’s getting exactly the kind of treatment at Tottenham that he thought he deserved and that he didn’t get in Madrid.

When Jose Mourinho spoke about the “emotional scars” of injuries this week and Bale is the most knowledgeable person on his own body, it was the exact opposite of Zidane’s approach to him at Real Madrid.

The French coach wanted Bale to recover from games with the other players in gentle group sessions. Bale had his own ideas and wanted to focus on more intense work in the gym.

Bale is reluctant to return to Madrid, especially under current manager Zinedine Zidane

Bale is reluctant to return to Madrid, especially under current manager Zinedine Zidane

Bale thought he was being treated unfairly by Zidane regarding his fitness concerns

Bale thought he was being treated unfairly by Zidane regarding his fitness concerns

He believed after everything he’d won at the club – four Champions Leagues (including the goals that saved Zidane’s job in Kiev with defeating Liverpool) – that he deserved that autonomy to make decisions about what for his own fitness is best but Zidane saw that as individualism.

But his reluctance to work with Zidane again might be irrelevant to what happens to him over the summer.

The 48-year-old coach could move on in the summer if Real Madrid don’t win a trophy. The club is considering various options, of which Leipzig coach Julian Nagelsmann is strongly convinced. A new coach at the Spanish club would change Bale’s situation again.

With so much uncertainty at the end of the season, Real Madrid can only keep their fingers crossed and hope that Bale stays fit and in shape. He started again for Spurs in their victory at Fulham on Thursday and did the same against Crystal Palace, scoring twice as he increased his Premier League record to five goals in 11 games.

The stronger he closes, the better Real’s options will be in July.

After helping Madrid to multiple Champions League victories, Bale believed he had gained confidence

After helping Madrid to multiple Champions League victories, Bale believed he had gained confidence

The striker was key to getting off the bench to help Madrid beat Liverpool in the 2018 final

The striker was key to getting off the bench to help Madrid beat Liverpool in the 2018 final




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