Harry Redknapp has come out to say that with Bale at Spurs, Tottenham’s front three are currently as good as Liverpool’s.
Harry recently revealed that Tottenham will definitely improve his new club alongside Harry Kane and Son Heung-min.
According to him, Bale is a proven forward forward and he surely has the ability to deliver the goods at the highest level.
He added that defenders will not want to face Spurs right now because the three forwards are a threat against any team.
His words, “All being well, Gareth Bale will today play his first game in a season-long loan back in N17. And we should all be rubbing our hands at the prospect… I know I certainly am,”
“What a forward line Jose Mourinho has got now – Harry Kane, Son Heung-min and Bale. In my book that stands in comparison alongside Liverpool’s – and any around, in fact.
“Imagine if you’re a defender and you see those three names on the teamsheet. It’s mouth-watering for most but knee-trembling for anyone trying to stop them.
“I’ve heard people saying that the Bale we see now won’t be a patch on the one who left Spurs for Real Madrid seven years ago, but I’m not having that.
“Gareth is a naturally fit lad and looks after himself. And even if he has lost half a yard of pace, possibly even a yard, so what?
“He was that quick he’ll still be faster than 90 per cent of those he comes up against.”
“There is so much of Gareth’s game that reminds me of Ronaldo. It’s scary how good he is,”
“Bale can pick the ball up on the edge of his own box and before you know it, he’s beaten half-a-dozen players and is in the opposition one.
“But it’s not all about pace, so forget any idea that he won’t be half the player if he’s not as fast as before. His left foot is like a sledgehammer and he’ll smash a few in from 30 yards, for sure.
“And, like Ronaldo, the rest of his game is so good that you forget how dangerous he is in the air, too.
“Oh, and one more thing for anyone who thinks that at 31 Bale is over the hill: He’s four years younger than Ronaldo, so he’s hardly drawing his pension.”