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  • Joe Brophy8 hours agoJuly 21, 2019

    GARETH BALE is considering an offer to become the world’s first £1MILLION-A-WEEK footballer.

    Chinese Super League club Beijing Guoan tabled the phenomenal TAX-FREE deal after Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane said he wanted the Welshman out as soon as possible.

    Bale, who has helped Real to four Champions League titles, trousers around £600,000 a week in Madrid.

    Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino revealed he's in the dark over whether the club will make a bid to reclaim their former star but they look set to lose out to Guoan.

    Guoan, valued at £650m and backed by state-owned money, are ready to top that though.

    The Chinese transfer window shuts on July 31 — and Euro big guns Bayern Munich and Paris Saint- ­Germain are still interested in the jet-heeled Welsh international.

  • James Orr9 hours agoJuly 21, 2019

    That Kane goal in all its glory!

  • James Orr9 hours agoJuly 21, 2019

    TOTTENHAM boss Mauricio Pochettino has said he does not know anything about a possible transfer for former Spurs talisman Gareth Bale.

    Poch said: “At the moment I don’t have any information from my chairman. I don’t know if we are [in for him] or it’s another club.”

    But it is not all bad news – Harry Kane scored from the halfway line in the weekend's pre-season friendly against Juvenus…and against ex-Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny.

    And Spurs are closing in on Fulham ace Ryan Sessegnon.

    The Express claims the Fulham left-back is on the verge of moving to North London.

    Sessegnon will arrive as a replacement for Danny Rose, who is wanted by PSG.

    Elsewhere, Tottenham have reportedly upped their bid for Giovani Lo Celso to £61m.

    Pochettino wants to bring the Argentine to north London as a replacement for Christian Eriksen.

    Spurs have already shelled a similar figure on a new midfielder in the shape of Lyon’s Tanguy Ndombele.

    Plus, Spurs have reportedly admitted defeat in the battle for William Saliba.

    Arsenal have agreed a £28m deal to sign the young centre-back.

    But he will be loaned back to St Etienne for the rest of the season.

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