The British press says there are already first offer Welsh Barca while the player is attentive to the future of his coach before deciding whether to force his departure at the end of season.
The online editions of the British media went into boiling within hours and confirmed that Barça was not limited to contact agents and executives of Tottenham footballer. According to reports the Daily Mail, the club blaugranas have planned a first offer. The figures vary, but the proposal would move culé around 30 million euros plus bonuses.
A company spokesman Stellar Group, which manages the rights of the player, confirmed in advance for this language. "Barca, like other clubs in England and the rest of Europe, we have confirmed their interest in signing Bale." This version was endorsed by the Barcelona Zubizarreta denied trip to London. The source of the Stellar Group also advanced that the future of Welsh will not be decided immediately. "Tottenham is in full competition and not the time for these things. Barça and other clubs know they need to wait a couple of months. Then see what happens. "
The British press picked up once again the will of the London club to retain its symbol. In the case of accepting an output, the English are planted in multi-million dollar deals that tripled to 30 million euros, according to them, raises Barça.
As everyone agrees is that if Bale leaves Tottenham, Manchester City will break the market. The club have confirmed he is willing to overcome all offers. If the weight of money, Welsh can have only one destination.
Tottenham coach Harry Redknapp, has one of the keys to the future of Bale. The Welshman has a close relationship with the coach and the option to have a relay on the bench at the end of season could hasten the departure of the versatile left-handed player. But Redknapp has several fronts. In the courts, continues its lawsuit for tax reasons. The verdict can affect your career and your name seems the only one that generates a consensus to replace Capello ahead of England. With veteran coach of 64 years away from White Hart Lane, Bale would feel liberated to force him out of Tottenham.
The British star is grateful to Tottenham and has undertaken not to make statements that create controversy. For now, due to the presence of the clerk know Barca coach, Albert Valentin, in the match against Fulham -6 November 2011- has merely stated that "it is nice that clubs like Barcelona are set on me," said. (via SPORT)