Real Madrid president Florentino Perez says he would regard signing Gareth Bale as “an investment”.
Yet again it’s another set of disrespectful quotes from the Madrid head honcho who is trying to unsettle Gareth Bale. Perez has claimed he spoke to Levy last year and reiterated that Real would be interested in bringing Bale to Madrid.
How much longer can this go on before Tottenham at least either release a statement on Bale’s future or tie him to a new deal? Speculation has claimed that Real are willing to offer Spurs more than the £80million for Bale.
“He’s one of the big players out there in Europe and Real Madrid always likes big players,” Perez told Punto Pelota.
“I met Tottenham chairman Levy last year and he has an obligation to defend their interests.
“Regarding the figures spoken about Bale, players are neither cheap nor expensive, but an investment. Most expensive players are those that can be classified as an investment because, if they are very good, they produce a return.”
Come on Levy, sort it out. We should be worrying about signing a striker, not fearing the loss of Bale.
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