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Gareth Bale Instructs Real Madrid To Sign Tottenham Ace As Cristiano Ronaldo Replacement

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Real Madrid is one club that always gets the players that they want. Be it Cristiano Ronaldo or Gareth Bale, they always bring in top talent and there are always names being linked with a move to the Spanish capital.

There are many rumours that claim that Madrid need players and Spanish publication Diario Gol stated that the Galacticos aren’t sure about the futures of Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos. The pair were linked with a move to England earlier and now the same outlet claims that Bale wants four signings at Madrid and one of them is a rising Tottenham star.

The former Tottenham man wants more attacking input in the side and has instructed the club to sign Dele Alli from White Hart Lane. The Englishman has had a great season so far and has scored 13 goals in 24 league games and has helped push Spurs’ chances of finishing in the top four and also for FA Cup glory. However, it is weird that Bale wants the England youngster to replace Ronaldo at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Alli is one of the rising stars in Premier League football and it is no surprise that Real Madrid want to sign him but it does seem that this move is a little too early in his career.

Mauricio Pochettino has turned the club around and it will take a crazy figure to take Alli away from the club, something we don’t see happening at least this season.

Bale though wants another Premier League star at the club too. The Welshman sees Thibaut Courtois of Chelsea as a replacement for Keylor Navas, which again might be tricky given that the Belgian is enjoying his time at London and has played for Atletico Madrid as well.

The former Tottenham star also wants Marco Verratti from PSG and Monaco’s Bernardo Silva.

Silva has been on fire this season and has been linked with a number of clubs; he could be the one player from the four that could actually join Los Galacticos.

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