Tottenham have an option for a second loan deal for Gareth Bale but their new head coach will decide whether they trigger it.
Gareth Bale's future is uncertain as his loan spell at Tottenham from Real Madrid draws to an end.
Bale has said he intends to return to Madrid for the final year of his contract.
Spurs' interest in keeping the Wales star beyond this season is not clear as they are in the market for a new head coach after Jose Mourinho's dismissal.
TOP STORY – NEW SPURS BOSS TO DECIDE ON BALE
The Daily Mail reports that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will let the club's new head coach decide whether or not to re-sign Bale.
The option remains for a second loan deal for the Welshman to re-join Spurs from Madrid next season.
Spurs have first option on a second loan but they would require Bale's agreement, although he appears out of favour in Madrid.
Triggering the clause will cost Tottenham £12million.
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