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Three ways Tottenham could line up with the signing of Gareth Bale

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It looks like it could be all change at Tottenham in the coming days with the club set to announce two huge new signings in the form of Sergio Reguilon and Gareth Bale from Real Madrid.

Bale, Lo Celso and Son would be the three just behind Kane, although again Lucas, Bergwijn and Dele Alli would likely also feature heavily, especially given Spurs' congested fixtures list.



So how will Jose Mourinho look to implement the two prospective new arrivals in his side?



Spurs' over-reliance on him to play up top is something that needs to change if they are to keep him fit and have a successful season, and although it is not his natural position, Bale would look the most suitable option to lead the line in the absence of Kane rather than Son.

Giovani Lo Celso offered plenty of promise last season, and the prospect of him feeding a lethal front three of Bale, Heung-min Son and Harry Kane is one which would certainly excite Spurs fans.

Mourinho's favoured formation so far at Spurs has been a 4-2-3-1, and he may opt to keep that even with the arrival of Bale.

Whatever Mourinho decides to go for, it is certainly an exciting time for Tottenham fans, and they will no doubt be eager to see what ends up being the favoured line-up and formation.
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