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ENGLAND/ OFFICIAL, Bale has signed a new contract with Tottenham

27.06.2012 15.16 by Transfer Market Web  read 1604
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The Club is delighted to announce that Gareth Bale has signed a new four-year contract, committing his future to the Club until 2016.

On signing his new deal, Gareth said: “I’ve been here for five years now and I’ve enjoyed every minute. The fans have been great to me and I’d love to re-pay them and do the very best for them. The Club is progressing and I want to be a part of that, so it was great to get the deal done."


"I love the Club and the fans and I want to play my part in trying to get us back into the Champions League - where we belong. We’ve a good, young squad and we need to work together to get back on the biggest stage again."


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