Bale would snub Man Utd and Chelsea for Tottenham return

Spurs' Pipe Dreams

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#8
Journalism nowadays, he'll like to play at Wembley? So a January transfer, do me a favour.....

Also 0 quotes and not even a source close to the player says. It's a story from a Spanish story with very little to no basis in fact
 

yiddopaul

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#10
We've moved on from Bale. I like the direction we're heading. No thanks. We create our own superstars. It's just now, we have more chance of keeping them. Maybe he can come back on the coaching staff one day.
 

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#11
Well, Bale has rejected Manchester United how many times in his career? Once? Twice? Three times a ladyyyy?
 

Chris_D

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I'd love us to be able to sign players like him but we don't quite have the cash. We need to spend our wage budget on Toby, Dele, Kane and a good few others before we spend it all, and I do mean all, on just one player. If we paid him 250k a week how many would ask for a rise? Nice dream, not gonna happen.
 

Locotoro

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#17
I think of the top 6 teams in England we're the only ones that look at all stable.

Guardiola will be with City for another 2 seasons max at which point a new manager will bring in another 25 players.
Mourinho will leave United the same way he leaves all clubs; in ruins. Already sounding himself out for a job at PSG.
Wenger's situation is well documented.
Klopp has a worse record this far than the previous two Liverpool managers and shows very little sign of fixing the defensive problems.
Conte seems capable of picking a fight in a phone box.
We're the only sane and sensible option. But it won't happen
 

Paolo10

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#18
I'd be quite surprised if he snubbed the wage cut that would go along with a move...

...I'd love it like, but can't see it as being realistic!

The season before he left was something else, he was winning games for us like Gerrard was for Liverpool (back when Stevie G. was practically a one-man show every fucking week).
 
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