There has been lots of speculation on whether it will or won’t happen, but if Gareth Bale moves to Real Madrid for anything over £70 million, Tottenham will in my opinion benefit far more than Real Madrid.
Firstly, I don’t think Bale is worth the amount Madrid are willing to pay, which looks closer to £100 million than £80 million, but more importantly, Tottenham can make three, four or even five signings of high quality with the money produced.
Already rumours about a possible move for Liverpool’s Luis Suarez have been mentioned. And with a few extra signings, Tottenham have the capacity to be one of the biggest clubs in the world.
They could challenge for Champions League titles, never mind Premier League titles. This is because they are in a fantastic location to attract players, with an up-and-coming manager and a dedicated chairman. Not to mention an already world-class team, that could next season challenge for the title.
And they’ve shown their ambition this summer, with signings of Brazil’s Paulinho for £17 million, Nacer Chadli of Belgium for £7 million and a club record signing of Roberto Soldado for £26 million.
There have also been talks of reducing the transfer of Bale in exchange for a player. I believe this would be perfect for Tottenham, a player to replace Bale, and a huge sum of money for the future.
Chairman Daniel Levy should accept Real Madrid's offer and not risk missing out on Tottenham’s chance of a lifetime. Otherwise they could be sitting in a mid-table position, only dreaming of what could, and should have been.
Take the money Tottenham, before it’s too late.
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