Tottenham superstar Gareth Bale, one of the most talked about players of this transfer window, has been strongly linked with an £85m move to Real Madrid this summer.
The Welsh winger is reportedly wanted by many clubs after a superb individual campaign at White Hart Lane, in which he scored 21 goals in the League, winning the Premier League Player and Young Player of the Year awards in the process.
Real Madrid are thought to be interested in the winger - with Cristiano Ronaldo apparently interested in a move back to former club Manchester United - and with Tottenham narrowly missing out on Champions League football again, it doesn't make his decision any easier.
Tottenham are determined to extend his offer and almost double his wages to keep him at the club. But with the promise of Champions League football in the distance, will he decide to move to the Bernabeu?
Despite their biggest star being linked with a move away, Tottenham wouldn't mind that extra cash to help them in their Champions League quest.
They could buy at least three or more great players with that money, which would do a lot for the club.
Bale, though, has made a few hints that he could stay by stating that he relishes playing under Andre Villas-Boas and it has given him the confidence to play his best football.
Tottenham could use all that money, but they may need to keep their best player finish in the top four. Will he stay or will he go? It will decide the London club's future.
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