Tottenham Hotspur May Offer Gareth Bale to Real Madrid for £88million Plus Alvaro Morata

Is Gareth Bale staying or is he on the brink of a departure?

The rumor mill this summer has hit a distinct level of boredom, with the press reporting on stories such as Wayne Rooney’s displeasure in Manchester, Luis Suarez nattering on about a switch away from the Kop and Cesc Fabregas’ non-mover to sure up Man United’s midfield with a move from the Nou Camp. And now, The Guardian newspaper is reporting this evening that Tottenham want £88million plus Alvaro Morata in exchange for Bale. Morata is a highly-rated 20-year-old striker at Real Madrid who promises to be one for the future.

Most notably, ever since the last kick of the 2012-13 season, the future of Tottenham’s Gareth Bale has been under scrutiny, with ongoing posts deliberating his future with a suspected move to Real Madrid on the cards.

Cutting the story short, Andre Villas-Boas wants Bale at White Hart Lane, Bale has apparently spoken of his desire to play in the Spanish capital and chairman Daniel Levy simply will not budge.

This is a story that suggests business is a childish form of game-play with ongoing spouts from North London and reports from Madrid suggesting that movement is swinging from one capital to the next.  Real have officially submitted a world-record bid whilst Levy is holding out and ready to draw his revolver at any future requests.

The question is simply this… is Gareth Bale a better player than Cristiano Ronaldo?  There are concerns over Bale’s aptitude to fit within the Bernabeu fold.  With an 85,000 capacity seater-stadium and a rise in expectancy from Los Blancos fans, it has been publicly announced that Bale may fall into crisis in similar fashion to former Spurs team-mate Luka Modric.  At Tottenham, Bale is the big fish but Madrid pose a bigger pond that has seen the likes of Modric feeling bloated from failing to establish himself as a regular first team choice.

The scale of Bale’s profile over the past twelve months is enormous in comparison to the Croat’s but with the likes of Ronaldo, Ozil, Isco and company, competition for places will be intense.  Spanish soccer boils a different kettle of fish that has seen the likes of Fabregas experience difficulty in reaching their pinnacle in the land of the glorious pass and move game.  The proposition Florentino Perez offers is what dreams are made of due to the calibre of talent Madrid have displayed throughout their history alongside a cabinet of silverware that only leave clubs such as Spurs in a trance.

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