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Tweets of the Week: Bale's back, Aubameyang re-signs, but Man United in distress

The funniest tweets from the world of football this past week, featuring Tottenham Hotspur signing Gareth Bale on loan, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s new deal with Arsenal, Man United’s woes on the pitch and in the transfer market, and Bayern Munich’s trolling. 

Gareth Bale is finally returning to Spurs after seven years away at Real Madrid. 

Trying to act impressed by the new Spurs stadium as if he’s just arrived from Boreham Wood. 

Bale wants to bring ‘winning mentality’ to Spurs

At least he’ll be appreciated in Tottenham. 

Meanwhile, Rhian Brewster looks set to be on the move.

Liverpool open to letting Brewster leave on a permanent deal

There was good news for Arsenal as they tied down Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to a new contract. 

Arteta reveals ‘the big reason’ behind Aubameyang’s decision to stay

And now to check in on Man United’s transfer business: 

And it only got worse for the club at the weekend. 

Expectation is not meeting reality at Old Trafford.

They have one thing in common with Fulham anyway. 

After a second 4-3 in a row, are Leeds United the great entertainers or just gravely naive?

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Salford City co-owner Gary Neville mocked Everton when the two clubs met in the League Cup midweek. 

But the Toffees are putting up a better title challenge than his former club Man United. 

The secret to being a good team player is knowing your role in the side.

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Wolves have a devastating duo on their hands. 

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No one can beat Shane Duffy in the air.

Snappy comeback from Neville. 

Recalling Peter Schmeichel’s greatest ever performance for Man United

Neil Warnock’s reaction to testing positive for Coronavirus. 

Cruel trolling from Bayern Munich. 

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