“What a marking it would be” – Harry Redknapp desires Mourinho to make 30y/o first Spurs marking
Jose Mourinho has been designated as the new Tottenham Hotspur manager following the rejection of Mauricio Pochettino the previous evening, and the Portuguese will confront West Ham United on Saturday in his first game accountable for the North Londoners.
With Spurs grieving in 14th position in the Premier League table, the previous Manchester United administrator is required to waste no time and convey results right away.
Director Daniel Levy will allegedly back Mourinho in January and going ahead, and previous Tottenham supervisor Harry Redknapp has asked him to make Gareth Bale his first marking at the club.
“What a marking it would be for the club. That would get him on side straight away. The fans would adore that,” Redknapp told talkSPORT
“That would be an astonishing move for him.”
“What a marking it would be.” 🙌
“That would get Mourinho on side straight away. The fans would cherish it.”
Harry @Redknapp says Mourinho should make Gareth Bale his first Spurs marking.
Okay take him, #THFC fans? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/c7ci7W0zKV
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) November 20, 2019
The 30- year-old went through six years at Tottenham before leaving for Madrid in a then world-record £85 million move in 2013.
Parcel scored 55 objectives in 203 appearances for Spurs, including 21 association objectives in 33 games in his last season, winning the PFA Young Player and Player of the Year grants.
The Wales universal has since won the La Liga and four Champions League titles with Madrid, scoring 104 objectives in 238 appearances.
In any case, he has neglected to totally prevail upon the fans, and he nearly left the Spanish monsters throughout the late spring.
An arrival to Tottenham will clearly be colossal given his quality, however on the off chance that Levy will fulfill his robust pay needs is not yet clear.
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