There is still talk about the arrival of Gareth Bale to Tottenham, a few days after the announcement. First, because now there are many who criticize the management of the Real Madrid, by letting him go on loan, and paying almost half the salary. And also because the debate has been generated about whether his stage in La Liga Santander has been a failure or not. What is clear is that Zinedine Zidane she was not counting on him, and the best thing to do was to leave.
In London they are tremendously excited about the return of the prodigal son home, and hope that he will perform at his best again. Something that would be a stab to Florentino Pérez, as it would be shown that the Welsh international has not given up because he did not want to. José Mourinho has promised him a key role, and that has annoyed several footballers, who already fear for their position. And one of them, if not the most, is Lucas Moura.
In the first two games of the Premier League he has started, although in none has he finished convincing or shone excessively. And, without a doubt, he is the one chosen to go to the bench, to make his place for the ‘Cardiff Express’. Because the rest of the offensive members are untouchable, as both Heung-Min Son and Harry Kane are the big stars of the team. Another solution would be to use a 4-2-3-1, instead of the 4-3-3 that he used in the last duel, but, in that sense, Dele Alli would be ahead, if he does not go.
Nor should we forget the presence of Steven Bergwijn who arrived in January, in exchange for a fortune, from PSV Eindhoven. And it is one of the future bets of the club, since he is only 23 years old. The Brazilian international, for his part, already has 28. Undoubtedly, in case someone has to leave, the chosen one is the ex from Sao Paulo and Paris Saint-Germain, who at the time was linked to Real Madrid, and they claimed that he was better than Neymar Junior.
Bale has already claimed his first victim: Moura, who was the great hero just over a year ago, with his hat-trick against Ajax Amsterdam, to qualify Tottenham for the Champions League final.
It leaves no one indifferent.