Gareth Bale’s return to Tottenham Hotspur will give the Premier League membership a massive spice up and his presence will instil worry into opposing groups, former England midfielder Danny Murphy has stated.
The 31-year-old Welsh ahead finished a mortgage transfer from Spanish champions Real Madrid again to his former membership Spurs on Saturday and is perhaps match-fit after the October world ruin.
“Gareth Bale has that ‘wow’ factor, something only a few very special players in the world have got,” Murphy, who spent a season at Spurs, wrote in his column for the BBC.
“When they play, they have a different aura and a presence on the pitch that affects everyone – even before they kick a ball.
“Bale will not just have a positive effect on his new Tottenham team-mates and give them a massive confidence boost, he will change the way opposition players feel about facing Spurs.”
Bale’s return to Spurs provides him the risk to start out afresh and paintings with supervisor Jose Mourinho, who as soon as attempted to signal him whilst in rate at Madrid.
“I’m not surprised Mourinho wanted Bale. His quality is obvious and he will be hungry too,” Murphy wrote.
“I don’t think he has anything to prove at Tottenham or in the Premier League, but he will want to make a point to Real after he was frozen out there.
“He operates at such a high level that I’m expecting him to make an impact in the dressing room and on the training ground as well as on the pitch.”