As many people could tell you, Gareth Bale was one of the stars of the Premier League last season.
He scored some spectacular goals, and plenty of them, and was the stand out player last season for Tottenham.
This has made him the subject of interest from Real Madrid.
As the transfer window continues, it seems increasingly likely that Bale could be leaving for the Spanish capital.
For the last month,Tottenham manager Andre Villas Boas has stated that Bale is not for sale at any price.
However the Spurs boss has slightly changed his tune by refusing to answer questions about Bale's future.
Often in the past, the silence of a manger in transfer sagas is not a good thing, and this may be no different.
Last season former Real Madrid star and current director, said how the only thing the Champions League was missing was the Welsh winger, adding to speculation he may leave.
Let's not forgot the transfer saga involing Luka Modric who made the switch to Real last summer.
It has been suggested that Tottenham are looking for over 85 million euros, and with Real Madrid's spending power, that is a reachable target.
With such a tempting offer, should Spurs chairman Daniel Levy cash in? Although he is such a great player, I believe the answer is clearly yes.
With that money, Tottenham could improve the squad greatly.
It was also give players like Lewis Holtby, Andros Townsend, and Gylfi Sigurdsson a real chance to shine.
Good players in their own right, they have struggled for game time at White Hart Lane, with Townsend having to go out on loan to Queens Park Rangers in search for playing time.
With rumours of a new striker coming in, Tottenham may find accepting an offer hard to resist, as they try to fund a move for a prolific goalscorer.
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