Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is all set to offer the next boss the opportunity to sign loanee, Gareth Bale, permanently.
Reports coming from Daily Mail has it that Bale is due to return to Real Madrid next month when his current loan contract expires at Spurs but there is a growing feeling that a second loan deal would benefit the club during what is likely to be a season of transition.
There is also a feeling that another move for the Welshman would make financial sense given the costs attached to replacing him.
In tying up Bale’s return last summer, Tottenham secured first option for a second season-long loan deal, meaning the London club can effectively extend the deal into next term on the same terms. Spurs are paying in the region of £240,000-per-week of his Real Madrid contract.
It is understood, however, that Spurs cannot simply activate the option and that such a deal would require Bale’s agreement.