Gareth Bale’s commitment to Tottenham ahead of Real Madrid means next season's Premier League campaign will be even more exciting.
With Bale’s prowess in the line-up, Tottenham can now fight for trophies.
The Wales international has set an example for the players all around the globe by not leaving the club, where he gained so much reputation and love, in his prime.
Bale scored 21 league goals for Tottenham last season. The player was the winner of PFA Players' Player of the Year award and he is one of two players from the Premier League - along with Robin van Persie - nominated for the best player in the Europe award.
Tottenham have added Brazilian midfielder Paulinho to their squad. The 24-year-old recently enjoyed a good run in Confederations Cup with Brazil.
Spurs, after losing David Villa to Atletico Madrid, are now looking for young striker Cristian Benteke, who scored staggering 19 goals for Aston Villa last season.
Andre Villas-Boas is building a great team around Bale. The coach will be keen to bring even more out of Bale to get the team into top four. And if Bale hits top form again, they can even go for ultimate glory. Bale is expected to score even more goals this time, probably around the 30-goal mark.
At the age of 23, with tremendous speed, great crossing ability, a great left foot and exceptional physical qualities, Bale has everything that it takes to join the league of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
And this season will be a great season for him personally and for the team. Bale’s stay at White Hart Lane has brought a lot of excitement and promises to make the 2013/14 Premier League campaign even more unpredictable.
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