White Hart Lane side to use controversial technique as they look to bring Bale back to fitness.
Tottenham are ready to employ the controversial technique of blood spinning as they look to bring Gareth Bale back from injury as soon as possible according to The Daily Mail.
Bale looked like he could be out for the rest of the season after going over on his ankle during his team’s 2-2 Europa League quarter-final draw with Basel last week.
But the injury is reportedly not as bad as first feared and Spurs expect Bale to miss just two games.
Spurs boss Andre Vilas-Boas is keen to see Bale return to the side as soon as possible and the club’s doctors are ready to employ the technique of blood spinning.
The technique was employed on Jermain Defoe earlier in the season and Tottenham are ready to use it once again as they look to have Bale back in the team in time for their game against Manchester City on April 21st.
The technique involves removing a small sample of blood via injection, before it is spun at high speed to increase the concentration of growth hormone. The spun sample is then injected back into the injured part of the body which can help the body heal up to five times faster.