Crisitano Ronaldo, Diego Maradona, Neymar, Michael Owen; How will Gareth Bale's Real Madrid unveiling rank with the biggest so far?
A look at the biggest player presentations ahead of Bale's proposed transfer to Real Madrid
With Gareth Bale’s presentation as Real Madrid’s latest player seemingly imminent, how will it fare against the biggest player unveilings in history?
The imminent £93m signing of Bale will break the world-record transfer fee set when the same club signed Cristiano Ronaldo in 2009 from Manchester United in a deal worth £80m. And pictures emerged earlier today of the Santiago Bernabeu being prepared for Bale's presentation.
But how will his unveiling fare against those of the past?
Click HERE or 'VIEW GALLERY' to launch our guide of the biggest transfer unveilings to date, or watch a selection in the videos below...
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