In Madrid, the Spanish press welcomed the resurgence of the form regarding Gareth Bale. The Welshman could well be one of the keys to a possible transfer of Kylian Mbappé to Real.

Unwanted at Real Madrid, Gareth Bale had to go into exile in England to regain playing time. On loan at Tottenham until the end of the season, the Welsh player has, at the same time, reunited with an old acquaintance, José Mourinho with whom he worked for the Merengue.

However, on his arrival, his performances did not convince the Portuguese coach who decided to line him up one game out of two. He can't say the same right now. Gareth Bale is in great form, decisive in his last four games (4 goals, 3 assists). Even Harry Kane doesn't do any better.

His double against Burnley last Sunday left a merengue side an opportunity ajar.

Bale makes Madrid dream

In Madrid, Gareth Bale's performances make all observers dream a little but not for the same reasons. If we are happy for the Welshman, it is to Kylian Mbappé that the minds of the fans are turned.

"Bale is the key" is the idea that predominates in the Spanish media. Should Bale confirm his resurgence until the end of the season, Real Madrid could more easily get rid of the Wales international and take a significant financial burden.

Indeed, the Spurs striker costs the Spanish club 15 million a year. His loan has somewhat relieved Real Madrid's accounts as he now shares 50% of his salary with Tottenham. A boon for the people of Madrid who hope to transfer it next year.

A transaction that would allow us to believe in the arrival of Kylian Mbappé. With less pay, Florentino Perez and the management make the task easier.