Jose Mourinho has been keen on bringing a new defender through the doors after signing Wolves right-back Matt Doherty, and gave the go-ahead for Spurs to pay £27.5million for the Spaniard.
The deal is yet to be confirmed, though it will likely be announced at the same time as Bale’s loan.
Tottenham fans have been keen to see the club spend big in the transfer market, and club chairman Daniel Levy has reportedly been determined to make this summer their best window in recent years.
Levy reportedly brokered the deal for Bale while discussing the final details of Reguilon’s transfer earlier this week, and moved quickly to complete the loan amid fears Manchester United were set to launch a loan bid of their own.
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