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Tottenham’s top earners revealed with Gareth Bale above Kane even if Real Madrid cover half his £650k-a-week wages

GARETH BALE will become Tottenham’s top earner should his loan move go through… even with Real Madrid covering half of his wages.

Spurs are said to be on the brink of re-signing the Los Blancos flop on a season-long loan.

Tottenham’s top earners if Gareth Bale joins the club
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Bale will leapfrog Tottenham’s top earner, Harry Kane, by some distance[/caption]

Bale’s agent, Jonathan Barnett, recently revealed the deal bringing the golf-loving Wales ace back to North London was “close, but complicated”.

Bookies have now even suspended bets on Bale to Spurs as the deal edges ever closer.

The news comes as a monster blow to Manchester United, who had hoped to sign him as a cheaper alternative to Jadon Sancho.

Instead, Bale looks Spurs-bound, with the two parties preferring a loan deal to a permanent, £18.5million move.

Barnett also revealed Tottenham was his client’s preferred destination.

He claimed: “Gareth still loves Spurs. It’s where he wants to be.”


Yet despite Real Madrid rumoured to be paying half of his £650,000-a-week wages, Daniel Levy and Co will still have to pay Bale more than any other player at the club.

Harry Kane is currently the club’s top-paid star on a whopping £200,000 a week.

But Bale will likely pocket at least £300,000 per week at Spurs, the club he left in 2013 for a then-world-record £86m.

In fact, if Madrid cover exactly 50 per cent of his wages, Tottenham will still have to pay £325,000 a week for the ex-Southampton star.

Incredibly, for a club chasing a top-four spot, just FIVE players at Spurs currently earn £100,000 a week or more.

As well as £200k Kane, Tanguy Ndombele earns £160,000 per week, ahead of Son Heung-min on £140,000.

Dele Alli and Hugo Lloris both pocket £100,000 per week – miles behind potential new-boy Bale.

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