It’s almost exactly a year on from the lengthy Luka Modrić transfer saga and, once again, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is left trying to rebuff the advances of Real Madrid for his club’s preeminent player; this time, Gareth Bale.
Bale’s incredible progress at Spurs since playing in a record 24 Premier League matches without being on the winning side has widely been attributed from his change in position from a left back, to a left winger, and now into a forward player comfortable anywhere across the final third.
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