Mikel Arteta encouraged to bring £600,000-a-week superstar to Arsenal
David Seaman says he would bring ex-Tottenham star Gareth Bale to Arsenal, who is all set to leave Real Madrid at the end of the current season
After a much-beleaguered nine years in the Spanish capital with a transfer fee that broke English football records, Gareth Bale’s contract with Real Madrid is finally up in the summer.
Despite helping himself to many goals and alot of titles, fans have never really taken to him and speculation surrounding his desire to play in the Premier League has once again hit the headlines.
The likes of Newcastle and Tottenham have been linked with a possible transfer move for the Welshman – but now Seaman has opened up and suggested that Arsenal should make the move for a player that is on £600,000-a-week
He said on his podcast: “I was going to say Arsenal, but I just realised he [Bale] played for Tottenham. I would take him, I would take him all day long.
“He’s a quality player, there’s no doubt about that. He’ll come back and hopefully, he’ll play in the Premier League.
“Quality like that is good to see, especially with his free-kicks. It’s not just his free-kicks, it’s his delivery as well, the corners and the free-kicks he crosses in.”
Bale’s infamy within the Real Madrid team – and with the fans – has long since been documented and they will be glad to see the back of him at the end of the season
He had a decent time at Spurs on loan last season without really putting in the level of performances that many have seen over the years. But despite the fact he has won loads of titles and played at the top of the game, bringing him to the Emirates would not be a good idea.
He is right at the end of his career in the game – he has no desire to prove himself at club level anymore – he is not the type of player that will make an impact on that Gunners squad.
So even though Seaman would like him to be signed by the London club – we believe that they should not
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