There is no denying the talent and ability that Garth Bale possesses. And it comes as no surprise that he would receive copious amounts of interest from the biggest clubs in the world.
Real Madrid have homed some of the most talked about, divine and highly talented players – Zinedine Zadane, Ronaldo, Cristiano Ronaldo, Raul, Roberto Carlos, just to name a few. It can be said the Santiago Bernabeu is the home of legendary superstars.
In recent times however, Real Madrid have not lost their flair, but instead, have become an ignited candle in a well-lit room.
Clubs such as Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City, Monaco and Fulham – with their botanical garden of money – offer the superstars of today a wider variety in their choice destination.
Although the aforementioned clubs may not possess the glamour that Real Madrid offers, it’s only a matter of time until they do, and possibly exceed the ranks of Real Madrid.
However, the Welshman should remain at Tottenham for at least another season.
Tottenham are looking increasingly dangerous, and could finish high up on the ladder.
Chelsea are tipped to secure the crown for the incoming season, and Tottenham can finish within the top three. It is apparent that Andre Villas-Boas is better suited to Spurs than he was at Chelsea.
Tottenham do deserve rewards for their performances as of late, and next season, they just may acquire them.
If Bale is to leave, then he should dismiss a move to Spain.
For one, there is more competition in the Premier League (I needn’t even mention the clubs). If he chooses to leave the Premier League, then the Bundesliga will be a fine choice.
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