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Gareth Bale Will Stay If Tottenham Finish Fourth, Says Villas-Boas: The Nightly EPL

gareth bale Gareth Bale Will Stay If Tottenham Finish Fourth, Says Villas Boas: The Nightly EPL

There’s good news and bad news tonight for Tottenham Hotspur fans. According to manager Andre Villas-Boas, he’s been told by the club that Gareth Bale will stay at the club next season if Spurs finish in the top four next month.

That’s the good news. The bad news is that Bale’s future will seriously be in doubt if Tottenham falter at the finish line and end up in fifth spot.

The next big step for Tottenham is their match against Wigan Athletic at 10am ET tomorrow.

What do you think? Are you confident or not that Tottenham Hotspur will finish in the top four? And if Spurs finish in fifth, should they sell Bale to the highest bidder? Share your opinions in the comments section below.

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