Tottenham Set To Invest Bale’s Money On Arsenal Target Luiz Suarez

Luiz SuarezGareth Bale’s move to Real Madrid could do more harm than good to Arsenal. The Welsh winger single-handedly challenged the Gunners to a top-four place last season with Arsenal just resisting the competition. Madrid are keen to sign Bale this summer but will have to spend at least £85 million to get their man leaving Spurs with a huge transfer sum to invest in their squad.

Roberto Soldado is the priority signing for Andre Villas-Boas at the moment but they could turn their attentions to Arsenal target Luis Suarez should Bale leave.

It is understood Bale has asked to speak with Madrid amid reports a £81 million was rejected but Daniel Levy is determined not to sale. Sources vary with Levy’s latest valuation with £125 million as well as £100 plus Luka Modric mentioned.

Luis Suarez has made no secret of his desire to leave with Arsenal currently leading the chase for his signature. Madrid are still the player’s preferred destination but would pull out of contention if they splash out a world record fee to sign Bale.

Although the main push behind Suarez’s desire to leave is to play Champions League football, Spurs’ newly found wealth following Bale’s departure would still give them a good chance in signing Suarez.

Money talks in football and the money that Tottenham would have would be enough to challenge Arsenal’s offer of Champions League football leaving the Uruguayan striker with a very hard choice.

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2 comments

  1. You must be a Spud………. How does that become a hard decision ??????

    Bigger club………. Bigger wealth………… Superior trophy cabinet………… History………. Champions league football.

    You really need to think things through you lily white fairy

  2. Do u really think Wenger wont sign Anyone? Really? REALLY? He has said it himself, that we are a bit short in number with all those loans, contract cancellation, etc. He said the “…good enough to compete with or without new signing” just to take some transfer pressure off his shoulders. I mean this is the guy that denied Cazorla to pieces and signed him two days later. And there is a new chairman who wont want the team to fail in his first season. What we are just seeing is that the club has totally forgotten how to spend big. Thats why all these Embarassing Transfer mistakes are being made. Well it might be panic buying on deadline day, the signings might NOT STILL be world class, Wenger Still remains a Senile old dickhead, yada yada yada blah blah blah, But he WILL SIGN! In all his sixteen years here, He has signed at least two Players every summer So why wont he now? Relax. And Watch gents.

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