Tottenham Hotspur left-back Sergio Reguilon has advised Cadena SER that Gareth Bale could be very pleased on the membership.
Reguilon has stated that he has observed that Bale is totally different at Tottenham, with the Wales worldwide having returned to the North London membership after seven years.
The 31-year-old joined Spanish and European giants Actual Madrid from Spurs in the summertime of 2013.
Bale gained La Liga twice and the Champions League on 4 events, however the winger had damage issues final season and couldn’t get into Zinedine Zidane’s starting lineup when he was match.
The winger, who was criticised a lot by the Spanish media, returned to Spurs on a mortgage deal from Madrid in the summertime of 2020.
Reguilon additionally moved to Tottenham from Madrid, signing a five-year contract with the Premier League membership after spending the 2019-20 marketing campaign on mortgage at Sevilla from Los Blancos.
The 23-year-old Spain worldwide left-back has stated that Bale appears very pleased again in North London.
Reguilon advised Cadena SER: “Bale could be very pleased, I discover he’s totally different. Language is all the pieces to him. It’s true that he speaks Spanish properly, however right here he’s far more comfy in England.”
How is Gareth Bale doing at Tottenham Hotspur?
Bale remains to be getting again to full match health, however the winger is beginning to make an influence on the workforce.
In accordance with WhoScored, the Madrid-owned winger has scored one objective in two substitute appearances within the Premier League and has performed twice within the Europa League for Jose Mourinho’s aspect to this point this season.
The winger got here on instead in opposition to Brighton and Hove Albion at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on the weekend and scored what proved to be the decisive objective within the Premier League sport.
With an prolonged run within the workforce, Bale may get again to his finest within the coming weeks, and that might be nice for Tottenham of their quest to complete within the Premier League high 4 this season.