Ginola urges Tottenham to re-sign Bale

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David Ginola has urged Tottenham to re-sign Gareth Bale from Real Madrid in order for them to become one of the best teams in Europe.

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jamesinashby

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My heart says yes but my head says no. A tad too injury prone, wages will be too high and he's getting close to his sell by date. We should stick to our policy of bringing them in at a younger age imo.

COYS :)
 

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Talk sport have just been saying RM are talking about a £177m bid in the summer.
I think we should call their bluff and offer £100m for Bale whilst holding on to our new King.
Time to start playing RM at their own game.
 

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sadly i think we have seen the best of Bale we really need a fit bale though he would take us to the next level.
 

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--------------------------------Kane
-------------------------Bale--------Eriksen
Rose------------Dembele---------Wanyama--------------Aurier
---------Alderwiereld------Sanchez------Vertonghen
------------------------------Lloris

One can dream!
 

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[QUOTE="Locotoro, post: 5628898, member: 2609"


One can dream![/QUOTE]



Who's this Locotoro star man at left forward?
 

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Some people told me earlier this summer that they thought we had done a deal to sign Bale as part of a deal that sends Dele the other way. Not sure I believed this info but ... The biggest problem is that Bale is seldom fit and therefore a big risk as he gets older and his pace drops off
 

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I can actually see him returning in the next couple of seasons - I'm not too bothered - wouldn't want Deli or Kane swap deal either
 

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Perhaps you should be trying to convince Bale DG. I'm sure spurs would agree if the money was right.
 

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Give him his due, ol’ Daveeed can spot talent. What next week? We should try to sign this Argentinian kid called Messi :bag:
 

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I would love to have him back....

In a coaching role.

Firstly this wages will be an issue, and secondly... When has Bale been 100% fit? For me Bale has always been like King... Walking wounded.

just look at the amount of tape Bale has on his legs these days.

Bale is a great player, and will forever be remembered as one of the greatest ever at WHL. but the game has taken a huge toll on his body. Maybe if he really takes the time off to recover and not rush back from injury, he might be able to be as good as he was when he was playing for us... But I can understand the pressure of not playing when u are at a club as prestigious as Madrid. U just wanna get back ASAP.
 
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