Bale in line to make Spurs return, according to Mourinho.
Gareth Bale is set to make his second Tottenham debut against West Ham on Sunday
José Mourinho revealed the Welshman is already feeling back at home.
The Wales international has spent the past two weeks training after a knee injury delayed his return to the Spurs
side after seven years in Spain.
“Of course he wants to play,” Mourinho said. “He wanted to play since the day he arrived, but it was not possible.
“I am not going to tell you if he is going to play. What I can tell you is that he is working very well, he is working
in a way, he was not able to do it for a long time.
Bale rejoined Tottenham on a season-long loan deal from Real Madrid last month after seven years in Spain,
where he struggled to integrate into the culture and language.
Sergio Reguilon also made the move from Madrid to Tottenham and Mourinho said the Spanish left-back sees
the difference in Bale’s mood.
“It’s great to hear from Sergio that Gareth looks a different guy. If he’s happy with us and then goes home and
can share that happiness with family,” Mourinho added.