The Gareth Bale transfer XI: Who could Tottenham sign if they sell star player to Real Madrid?
Spurs would have enough money to sign a brand new starting XI with the money that selling Gareth Bale would generate
Tuesday 30 July 2013
With all the rumours and speculation over the transfer of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid, heads have started to turn at who Tottenham could replace their favourite son with.
But instead of bringing in just one replacement, why don't they bring in a whole new team? With the offers that are being reported all over Europe, Andre Villas-Boas could certainly choose to do that, so we thought we'd give him some assistance in identifying who the Spurs boss could bring to White Hart Lane.
The prices are based on Bale leaving for £85m-plus Fabio Coentrao and Angel Di Maria, as is being reported by various publications today. On top of this, Roberto Soldado looks set to join Spurs regardless of whether they sell the Welshman to Real, with chairman Daniel Levy making the funds available to bring in the Spanish striker.
So with the £26m added to the £85m Bale deal, that gives us £111m to play with. Let the signings begin!
Click HERE or 'VIEW GALLERY' to launch our Fantasy Football Tottenham side using our £111m Bale Budget.
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