Tottenham have no ambitions of signing Gareth Bale permanently and this could pose problems to his parent club Real Madrid, according to Spanish source Marca.
The Welshman was deemed surplus to requirements at Madrid before the start of the season, with Spurs taking him on loan. His return to the Lilywhites was an emotional one, as it saw him return to the North London club after seven years away.
However, it is safe to say that things have not gone according to plan for either Bale or Spurs. He has scored one goal in six Premier League appearances and has mostly not even been considered by Jose Mourinho.
At this rate, it makes sense for Spurs to cut their ties with Bale at the end of the season. This could pose problems for Madrid given that he is under contract with them until the summer of 2022.
The Champions League winner would also occupy one of the precious non-EU player spots in their squad, which are limited to five. The non-EU players currently in the squad are Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo, Eder Militao, Reiner, Jesus Carvalho and Takefusa Kubo.
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