Gareth Bale to return to Tottenham Hotspur?

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Japhet

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The cons far outweigh the pros. IMO we'll go all out for Sessegnon and I'd much sooner have him tbh. Bale is past his sell by date and we can't pay his wages, particularly since he'll spend most of the season out injured.
 

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I'd have him back!
,he's better than all our attacking midfielders. Not gonna turn my nose up at one of the very best in the world. Kinda player who would turn a game against city or Chelsea by himself.

And Hate to see him back Only to be at united playing under that shit goblin.
Heavily injury prone sicne his second Spanish season but whose to say that isn't a Madrid thing and their methods.

Couldn't afford him anyway unfortunately
 
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I can buy that he'd want to move to us rather than Chelsea or United. But does he want it enough to take half the salary they'd pay him? I don't expect so but if he genuinely does then he's welcome back with open arms.
 

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If we can afford Bale's wage demands then i'd rather us go for Sanchez on a free transfer.

Bale seems like a sick note nowadays and isn't getting any younger. Heart says of course we should take him back but head says no now, he's not the same player he was 3 years ago.
 

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What? Not a snowballs chance in hell of Sanchez coming to us.
Obviously not, because of wages. Obviously why Bale is never gonna happen either so I don't know why people keep talking about it.

Money aside, why wouldn't Sanchez want to join us? We're a competitive team. The only thing would be his level of loyalty to Arsenal. If you can afford to pay a mega transfer fee and Bale's wages then you can afford to sign Sanchez on a free. Just saying. People don't realise how crazy bringing back Bale sounds.
 

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The cons far outweigh the pros. IMO we'll go all out for Sessegnon and I'd much sooner have him tbh. Bale is past his sell by date and we can't pay his wages, particularly since he'll spend most of the season out injured.
Once the novelty wears off and the shirts are sold it will turn out to be a bad decision. He's not the player he was, what's the use if he's never available to play?
 

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Obviously not, because of wages. Obviously why Bale is never gonna happen either so I don't know why people keep talking about it.

Money aside, why wouldn't Sanchez want to join us? We're a competitive team. The only thing would be his level of loyalty to Arsenal. If you can afford to pay a mega transfer fee and Bale's wages then you can afford to sign Sanchez on a free. Just saying. People don't realise how crazy bringing back Bale sounds.
Surely its also because of Arsenal and Sanchez seemingly looking at moving to a club he feels can win the CL, something we are yet to prove.

Of course I'd take Bale, injury prone or not! 30 games a year with Bale better than none. He still is class.
 
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