Gareth Bale should rejoin Tottenham Hotspur, says ex-Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon

Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon believes a return to Tottenham Hotspur would be the Method in Spain to the troubles of Gareth Bale.

Calderon expects Bale, 30, to be booed at the Bernabeu after he celebrated Wales Euro 2020 eligibility behind a flag sayingWales. Golf. Madrid. In that sequence.
Calderon says if Bale understood what had been written on the flag it waschildish.
Moving to Spurswould be a good alternative for everybody, additional Calderon.
Former Actual manager Jose Mourinho has triumphed Mauricio Pochettino as Spurs manager and Calderon considers Bale could go back to north London, where he spent six months before his record move to Madrid in 2013.
Its correct that Mourinho enjoys the participant, Calderon told BBC Radio Wales. He explained that in 2017 if he tried to sign (him) for Manchester United and Real Madrid made a decision to extend the arrangement of Gareth Bale.
I recall him sayingwhen he is from the door, Ill be waiting on the other side, so perhaps its a way.
Bale was criticised in Spain because of his love of golf and also for prioritising Wales within his club.
The four-time Champions League winner came near to joining Chinese facet Jiangsu Suning at July for the transfer to be called off by Real.
Asked whether Bale is currently destined to proceed, Calderon added:The challenge is there arent any offers.
It happened last summer when (Real manager Zinedine) Zidane explained the sooner he leaves, the better. I think he had been a bit. Apparently one club out of China wished to signal him.
The wages is large, thats another issue. It is likely to be something which the club, the broker and the player has to pick.
Bale has been criticised from the Spanish media over the flag celebration, which accompanied Wales critical 2-0 triumph over Hungary on Tuesday.
There was also consternation at Spain over Bales return to Wales actions in Azerbaijan Saturday, since he hadnt played for Real since picking up an injury while with his nation from the October break that is international.
We do not if he understood what was about this banner, Calderon said.
If he knew, it is apparent this was something irresistible but possibly he didnt.
Maybe he was included in the celebrations with different team-mates and he did unwittingly, not wanting to offend anyone or disrespect anybody. The challenge is that film has added fuel to the fire.
You have to bear in mind that for fans its a little weird. They are mad overlooking six games because the participant has gone around 50 days with no playing for Real Madrid, and then suddenly they have seen him playing Wales – well incidentally.
Thats been really the problem, not just the banner but also a mixture of things.
Calderon, who had been Real president between 2006 and 2009, says Bale should expect a frosty reception when he returns to club accountability.
Im sure if he appears at the Bernabeu on the pitch, there will be people booing him and not accepting that which he did, he said.
Also the press has been quite unkind in some ways, having the front pages with this problem. That is also the problem.
Hes already been shy and introverted, not communicating with the media.
The fans havent been in a position to know what he believes because he does not speak one word of Spanish.

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