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Spurs make a decision on Gareth Bale as his medical shows injury issues

One of the most exciting things for a fan is seeing a big new signing in action, so you know that the Spurs supporters will be desperate to see Gareth Bale play again.

He’s had his fair share of injuries over the years, so it’s not a surprise that The Telegraph have reported that his medical at Spurs has showed up some further injury issues.

It’s bad enough that he won’t be able to play for the first month or so, but the report does confirm that Spurs were aware that something was up with him, and they will be completing this signing regardless.

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It does mean that Jose Mourinho will need to manage this situation very carefully, and it’s probably important for the team to get some positive results in Bale’s absence.

The last thing they need is to go on a poor run and force Bale back into the team too early, especially if that just results in further injuries and keeps him out for longer.

The good news for Spurs is that this deal should still be going through, but they will need to show some patience while he gets fit.

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7 Comments

  1. Geof Edmonds says:

    In the early 60’s Bill Nicholson wanted the best team and went and bought the graetest goal scorer in English football – Greaves.
    Late 70’s Burkenshaw wanted to win trophies and bought Ardiles and Villa.
    In the 90’s Venables bought the best attacking mid fielder in the game, Gascoigne, then won the cup.
    Grealish is the man to open up any defence, bags of talent.
    Oh! he’s too much.
    But Spurs waste their money on ‘journey men’ !!

    1. Steve says:

      Completely right unfortunately !!

    2. Tit says:

      Bore off you tit.

  2. John Greenwood says:

    Let’s be honest Bale has always been injury prone
    he spent many weeks injured at Spurs.
    The problem is he getting older and it takes longer to get fit again.
    You cannot build a team around a player who is always getting injured. Darren Anderton (sick note)
    Was a good example.
    Mourinho will just have to play it cool and pick his games. He may turn out to be a success but I have my doubts

  3. George says:

    Those in charge of transfer deals leave a lot to be desired. They missed out on Grealish 2 summers ago when the price tag was £25m. They also missed out on Bruno Fernandes because they wanted to pay somewhat less of the asking price . Man Utd quickly stepped in this January and see how he helped them get a top four finish.

  4. Bazza says:

    I think you guys are missing a point here.
    Big names sell stadium naming rights.

  5. Brian Fisher says:

    Questionably risky to accept an injury-prone player who arrives injured; especially when our principal scorer is unfit and not playing up to his potential. We need a striker who can fill in when Kane next goes MIA.

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