Watch out West Ham! Gareth Bale looks sharp in Tottenham training with some fine finishing as Welsh winger edges closer to making second Spurs debut following summer loan move from Real Madrid
- Tottenham winger Gareth Bale is on the road to recovery following latest injury
- The 31-year-old has been working way back to full fitness in international break
- He is yet to feature for Jose Mourinho’s side following arrival from Real Madrid
- Spurs host West Ham on Sunday and Bale could make second debut for the club
Gareth Bale is on the road to recovery following his latest injury and appeared to be in fine form in a recent Tottenham training session.
The Welsh winger, who re-joined Spurs this summer on loan from Real Madrid, has been working his way back to full fitness in north London while some of his team-mates are away on international duty.
Bale is yet to feature for Jose Mourinho’s side since his arrival but it seems he is edging closer to making his second Spurs debut.
Welsh winger Gareth Bale was clinical in front of goal in a recent Tottenham training session
The 31-year-old looked sharp with some clinical finishing in a clip posted on social media
The 31-year-old looked sharp in training with some clinical finishing in a clip posted on Tottenham’s official Twitter account on Monday.
Bale has been suffering with a knee injury sustained while playing for Wales last month, meaning his highly-anticipated Tottenham return was delayed.
Spurs face London rivals West Ham next in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon and Bale could feature.
Bale, who re-joined Spurs on loan from Real Madrid, has been working way back to full fitness
Bale is on the road to recovery following his latest injury and appeared to be in fine form
Prior to the international break Tottenham thrashed Manchester United 6-1 at Old Trafford to top off a successful spell.
Mourinho’s side had reached the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup and qualified for the Europa League group stage in the same week.
Bale scored 56 goals and provided 58 assists in 203 appearances in his first stint at Tottenham between 2007 and 2013.
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