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Transfer market   -   ENGLAND/ TOTTENHAM, Bale wants to stay for next season
Posted 23.05   12.17 by Redazione TMW   -   reads 1994
Source: The Sun


Bale has told Tottenham he will NOT be pushing for a move away from White Hart Lane.



Despite finishing fourth in the Prem, Spurs missed out on Champions League football after Chelsea lifted the European Cup on Saturday.



But winger Bale, 22, has made it clear to manager Harry Redknapp he is not looking to get away.



Tottenham are aware of the huge interest in the Wales international from all of Europe’s top clubs including Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United.



But a Spurs insider said: “Gareth wants to stay for next season.



“To say he is happy at the club right now is a bit of an understatement.”


 
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