Every single Spurs fan must have hated seeing Gareth Bale leave Tottenham in 2013. But five years later, they don't seem every excited at the possibility of getting him back.
The Real Madrid attacker rose to the heights of superstardom in the Premier League with Tottenham and further elevated his status in Spain, winning the Champions League on three occasions, as well as a Primera Division title.
Former Spurs boss Harry Redknapp, though, has urged the London side to bring the Welshman back, given his potential availability in the summer.
But supporters just aren't as enthusiastic, and you could take a look at some of the reactions below.
Yeah, nah. He's a broken individual with nothing left to play for. Move on.— Nicholas Price (@NickPriceAudio) April 27, 2018
That is not a good idea.— Mr Daniel Moore (@sartorialsafari) April 26, 2018
Don’t play with me heart— SerbYid (@SerbYid) April 27, 2018
Unless he said it through the window of his Range Rover it doesn’t count— Simon Tilbury (@SimonTilbury) April 26, 2018
If we can’t pay Alderweireld’s wages, no way can we pay Bale. Unless he takes a massive pay cut.— Hishaam Habib (@HishimKissEm) April 26, 2018
He’s not the same player he was when he was at Spurs, just don’t see him fitting into our line up— Darren Holding (@DarrenHolding) April 27, 2018
We will get our hopes up and then it will be crushed (wages wages wages)— KR4M (@KR4M316) April 26, 2018
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Bale has been linked with a move away from Madrid ever since he made the switch from London, yet he has stayed put for five years and will probably still be plying his trade at the Bernabeu next season.