Tottenham Hotspur Must Allow Gareth Bale To Join Real Madrid
For months many soccer clubs around the world have been trying to acquire the services of Welsh Midfielder Gareth Bale. However, Tottenham Hotspur has ultimately refused to accept any offer which is beginning to anger interested teams and Bale himself. Real Madrid President Florentino Perez has offered to pay £86 million pounds for Bale but it has just fallen short of Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy’s expectations.
For Bale, a move to a bigger club could even further his game and catapult him amongst the best in the world. Bale has been nothing but spectacular within the English Premier League, but it’s time for him to move on from Tottenham.
If Real Madrid could in fact acquire his services, Bale would join one of the best teams in the world. Bale would join the likes of Mesut Özil, Sergio Ramos, Iker Casillas, Luka Modrić, and of course Christiano Ronaldo. Real Madrid could then become the powerhouse in Spain, and dethrone F.C. Barcelona as the best in the division.
With Barcelona acquiring the services of wonder kid Neymar, Real Madrid must answer with a big signing of their own. The acquisition of Bale would definitely fill that bill. Although letting Bale leave would hurt Tottemham, the huge transfer fee could be used to sign multiple top notch players that could help be useful in the future.
With uncertainty surrounding Bale’s future, reports have surfaced stating Bale has had very little contact with teammates and staff. Signs point to an eventual move to Real Madrid.
“His mental state nobody knows because the player doesn’t speak,” Andre Villas-Boas told reporters.
“The only thing that we are able to see, or you are able to see, is the player arriving in and out of the training ground.”
Moving Bale would be the best decision. Bale must be allowed to grow as a soccer player and he can’t do it with Tottenham any longer. If allowed to leave for Real Madrid, Bale could become one of the best players in the world. Being able to learn from Ronaldo and Carlo Ancelotti will help Bale’s development. Hopefully Real Madrid is willing to pay a massive sum to lure him from England.
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