Gareth Bale to remain at Tottenham

03 May 2013 08:57

Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas is confident that Tottenham’s most prized possession will remain with the Londoners regardless of Champions League qualification.

Spurs sit in 5th place, just two points behind rivals Arsenal, but The Gunners have the advantage with a game in hand.

The Welshman has had, without doubt, the best season of his career. The awards he’s picked up over the last couple of days has increased his publicity massively.

A catalogue of clubs will be keeping an eye on him over the next few weeks and there may even be a sly bid to unsettle the forward.

Reports suggest that Real Madrid are the front-runners in this battle to prise the 23-year-old away. The Spanish giants have hinted at a big money bid, but it’s all speculation at this time.

Can you imagine Cristiano Ronaldo and Bale on the wings? The unimaginable fear they’d strike in to defenders hearts would be a dream to watch. If Madrid signed Bale, they’d have a new dimension to there play.

I think Real Madrid aren’t all they’re hyped up to be. They haven’t got a decent striker in Benzema and Higuian and their star-studded defence looks sloppy and average at times.

If Bale was to leave Spurs this summer then it would be huge shame. Their team, I feel, is good enough to challenge for the title next season. They have the players, but can AVB keep them fit?

Source: DSG

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