Actually, technically it's not DM...as they were refering to the original article in The SunI was with you right up until I saw it was the Daily Mail.
If Pochettino really-really wants him I don't think his £250,000 salary would be a stumbling block. It's half of his actual salary and I presume - and hope - it won't create unrest among the other players if Spurs paid Bale that.The £250,000 of his wages they want us to pay is the stumbling block. Assuming Poch wants him that is.
Even the thought of both of them on the pitch sent a happy shiver down my spine. I was imagining a commentator saying in a matter of facted way “Bale ... Kane 1-0” “ Kane with the flick, Bale flying past, cut back for Son, it’s 2”....If he is available on a 1-2 year loan it's worth strongly considering. He is a superstar and has history at the club. Big game match winner. Would increase our profile comerically too.
It's a kinda unique situation where we are too financially, as the rapid increase in turnover should leave us with sufficient headroom for a unique short term deal like this which is normally not our MO.
The idea of Kane and Bale linking up is pretty exciting to be fair.
You'd imagine he'd been keen to prove Zidane wrong so Utd could be out due to Europa League football. Chelsea potential transfer ban. Can't see City or Pool looking at him. Juve probably not with Ronaldo there. Bayern - maybe, but they are probably busy screwing over their competitors. Barca and Atleti no way.If Pochettino really-really wants him I don't think his £250,000 salary would be a stumbling block. It's half of his actual salary and I presume - and hope - it won't create unrest among the other players if Spurs paid Bale that.
But I can't imagine there won't be other clubs after him more than ready to stump up the needed money in a deal that sound (almost) too good to be true.
Son, Kane, Bale up front with Moura off the bench....