£130 million? Take the bloody money! If I'm a fan of Tottenham, this will be what I will be shouting to Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
When Real Madrid first offered Tottenham £85m to buy star Gareth Bale, I thought they should have sold him. However Spurs chairman Daniel Levy insisted that the Welsh winger will not be sold and while I thought he was wrong, I could understand his reasoning. Bale scored 26 goals in all competitions last season and almost single-handily got Spurs into the Champions League. You do not want to sell your star player if you can help it, so that is understandable.
But with Real Madrid rumored to be making a second bid at a world record fee of £130 million, they will have to be crazy to say "no" again. Tottenham could buy 2-3 world class players with £130 million. The sale could let Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas remake the team to his wishes and that's not even counting the fact that Bale joined Spurs from Southampton for just £10m 5 years ago in 2007!
So fans of Tottenham, get Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to sell. £130 million is a deal you do not say "no" to!