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Real Madrid waiting to make Gareth Bale bid

Bale has been strongly linked with Real Madrid (©GettyImages)
Bale has been strongly linked with Real Madrid (©GettyImages).

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez admits Gareth Bale is a transfer target, but insists they shall be waiting for the arrival of Jose Mourinho's replacement before making a bid.

Real Madrid have been one of the teams at the centre of attention recently with rumours flying around as to which players will end up where. One player on the lips of a lot of football fans lately has been Spurs' star man, Bale.

The Wales international has become a huge name in football within the past few seasons, as he has made a leap from being a talented left-back, to an amazing capable and accurate winger/striker.

With the reputation he has built himself lately, it is not surprising to hear a number of big teams are interested in his talent. The team at the centre of the rumours involving Bale seem are the La Liga runners-up Real Madrid.  

Perez, the club's president, claims he would have no problem splashing the cash in order to capture such a talent for his team, but insists the team needs to hold back from sending an offer until the replacement for Mourinho has been established and arrives at the club.

Perez, speaking to Spanish magazine Marca, commented: "Madrid always want the best. Tottenham is a very amicable club, but first we must see who our new coach will be and after that we will begin to arrange our new squad."

 

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