Hoddle says Spurs still hold hopes of keeping Bale
Glenn Hoddle has said Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy still has some hope of holding on to Gareth Bale despite the Wales winger's seemingly imminent departure to Spanish giants Real Madrid for a world record fee
“I was at the Swansea game at the weekend and had a good chat with Daniel Levy,” Hoddle told talkSPORT radio yesterday.
“He’s ambitious and believes, if Bale was to stay, that Tottenham could go on and do something really strong in the Premier League.”
Although the transfer window closes on Monday, Tottenham insist they will only let Bale leave White Hart Lane him if the squad is strong enough to cope without him.
Meanwhile, Manchester United manager David Moyes says his club have not made an offer for Bale, but he refused to deny an interest in the player.