The Portuguese coach insists that the Welshman will not be leaving regardless of Tottenham’s place in the Champions League or not.
“I would be extremely surprised [if Bale left] because this is the assurance I have,” the manager said.
“In football anything can happen, it’s impossible to predict, but this is the assurance I have had from the club. The information that I have from the club is that the player is here to remain independent of the objectives of Champions League qualification being achieved or not.”
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