Spurs Install Golf Course In Stadium In Bid To Get Bale Deal Over The Line


WWN SPORT can exclusively reveal that Spurs have moved heaven and earth, retractable football pitch and golf course in a bid to finalise their signing of Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale and proof to him it was the right move to make.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy confirmed work at the Tottenham’s stadium on converting the pitch into a golf course, an irresistible ploy to attract Bale back to his old club, is complete paving the way for the Welshman to play some of the best rounds of his injury hit football career.

In addition to committing to paying half of his reported €600,000 a week salary, Bale’s representatives were looking for any extra perks and incentives they could squeeze out of the London club.

“We didn’t get everything for Gareth, Spurs weren’t keen on relocating to Wales but you win some, you lose some,” explained Bale’s representatives.

Speaking on the impending signing, Spurs manager Mourinho said he was just glad he had another player he could heap blame on for his own failings as a manager.

A relatively quick transfer deal by today’s standards, it is believed for their part a desperate Madrid tried to offer Spurs a Nandos gift card and any old trophies they had no use for to ensure they were rid of Bale.

Spurs had offered to charter a private jet to bring Bale to London however, the club learned that Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane insisted on driving him there himself, setting a new land speed record for a car in the process.

Bale is expected to be injured in time for Spurs’ clash with Southampton on Sunday.