Gareth Bale dubbed 'Disrespectful. Wrong. Ungrateful 'as Tottenham transfer talk grows – Mirror Online, Google News

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Gareth Bale has been slammed by Spanish newspaper Marca with a front page reading: ‘Disrespectful. Wrong. Ungrateful. In that order ‘- as speculation intensifies over a January return toTottenham.

Marca’s headline comes afterReal Madrid (ace) Baleand his Wales team-mates were pictured celebrating their qualification for next summer’s Euro 2020 Finals alongside a Welsh flag emblazoned with the words: ‘Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order ’.

The flag referred to comments by former Real striker Predrag Mijatovic, who said Bale’s priority are “Wales, golf and after that Real Madrid”.

And the episode has fueled speculation over a January move for the 30 -year-old – with reports claiming he could be on his way back to Tottenham after Jose Mourinho took over as the club’s new manager on Wednesday.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has reportedly assured Mourinho the club will pursue a January move for Bale, if the Portuguese wants the Wales star on board.

Gareth Bale and Wales teammates celebrate with a flag bearing the words’ Wales, Golf, Madrid. In that order ‘

That’s according to a report from90 min, which claims Mourinho is open to the idea of ​​having Bale in his Tottenham side as he plots a return to the Premier League’s top four spots .

Marcahas reported that Bale will not be punished by Real Madrid over the ‘Wales. Golf. Madrid ‘pictures – but it is conceivable that the controversy could speed up the player’s exit from Spain.

Bale, who has scored a record 33 goals for Wales in (caps,) can expect fresh flak on his return to Real, who host Sociedad in La Liga on Saturday.

Marca’s front page slams Bale over the celebration pictures

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Spanish publication Madrid Sports tweeted: “We have always defended you, Gareth Bale.

“We have had patience with your injuries, we have celebrated your goals and assists, and we have defended your passion for golf and your limited Spanish.

” But enough is enough. As it says on the flag, you are laughing at Madrid. “

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