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Bale's Tottenham future dependent on Redknapp

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By Andrew Tuft

Monday 04 June 2012

Gareth Bale will wait and see if manager Harry Redknapp stays at Tottenham Hotspur before deciding whether or not to commit himself to the club, the Daily Mirror has reported. The newspaper adds that Manchester City and Barcelona are monitoring Bale’s situation.

The Mirror goes on to say that Redknapp is currently discussing a new contract with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy and Bale is, amongst others, watching intently for a positive conclusion. If Redknapp cannot agree terms on extending his deal past the final year on his current contract, Bale could be one of a number of players who looks to move on, with Luka Modric also named by the article.

Redknapp is reportedly the subject of interest from the Middle East, with an unnamed club in Qatar lining up the 65-year-old for a director of football position. The former Southampton and Portsmouth manager was said to have been tempted by a similar offer last year and the uncertainty over his own future and that of a number of his key players could tip him towards a new start, the Mirror suggests.

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By Canadianraptor on 04 June 2012 at 11:16

The key word here is SPECULATION! There is no definitive comment from any of the players that they are leaving Spurs, just morerubbish guessing from The Mirror. The only conclusive theme from the article is that the author is a complete moron, a glowing example of the buffoons coming out of the UK's comprehensive education system.

By barry mitchell on 04 June 2012 at 10:38

lots of quotes in this story, not. has to be right up there with made up story of the summer so far. bale is on a long contract and mr levy will decide when he goes, same with the croatian. do some research if you want your site taken seriously.

By spursguv on 04 June 2012 at 10:17

well done you've reeled me in. Didn't Bale recently sign a five year deal at spurs? Wasn't it Rednapp who doubted Bale at southampton and Spurs in the early days?

By Finn on 04 June 2012 at 10:03

I've heard that the Daily Mirror is up for sale. Sources close to the publisher has been reported as saying that following the News of the World's demise, Murdoch is looking for a new acquisition and the Mirror is in his sights. This could open the door to a grab for the Daily Mail as publishers struggle to differentiate between the brown stuff and what you wipe it up with.





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