Tottenham manager can’t rule out Gareth Bale move to Real Madrid

It’s the rumour that refuses to go away, with Gareth Bale apparently interested in joining Real Madrid this summer according to Marca.

Tottenham manager can’t rule out Gareth Bale move to Real Madrid

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July 27th, 2013

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While the Spanish tabloid are renowned for getting their transfer stories wrong, Andre Villas-Boas was unable to deny that Real had made an official approach for Bale when quizzed about the situation on Saturday.

Tottenham beat South China 6-0 in Hong Kong, with Bale not in action for the team, although Villas-Boas expects him to be involved against Monaco next weekend providing that no talks have opened between the player and Real Madrid.

Asked about the reports, Villas-Boas said: “I don’t want to comment on anything like that. I cannot speak about anything.”

Villas-Boas then refused to confirm or deny if there had been any official offers. “I don’t want to comment.”

If Bale is to remain at White Hart Lane, he will start the season without having featured too much due to a buttock injury, although it appears that he will resume training this week.

According to Marca, Bale has told chairman Daniel Levy he wanted Spurs to negotiate a deal with the Spanish giant and said: “I’m not interested in Manchester United or any other team. I just want to play for Madrid.”

It’s the rumour that refuses to go away, with Gareth Bale apparently interested in joining Real Madrid this summer according to Marca.

While the Spanish tabloid are renowned for getting their transfer stories wrong, Andre Villas-Boas was unable to deny that Real had made an official approach for Bale when quizzed about the situation on Saturday.

Tottenham beat South China 6-0 in Hong Kong, with Bale not in action for the team, although Villas-Boas expects him to be involved against Monaco next weekend providing that no talks have opened between the player and Real Madrid.

Asked about the reports, Villas-Boas said: “I don’t want to comment on anything like that. I cannot speak about anything.”

Villas-Boas then refused to confirm or deny if there had been any official offers. “I don’t want to comment.”

If Bale is to remain at White Hart Lane, he will start the season without having featured too much due to a buttock injury, although it appears that he will resume training this week.

According to Marca, Bale has told chairman Daniel Levy he wanted Spurs to negotiate a deal with the Spanish giant and said: “I’m not interested in Manchester United or any other team. I just want to play for Madrid.”

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