Gareth Bale completes world record move to Real Madrid
Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas Boas has confirmed that Wale Superstar Gareth Bale will leave for Real Madrid. From this moment on, he will be known as the 100m euro man. When he arrives in Madrid he will be accompanied to the Bernabeu by police outriders, pursuing paparazzi and passionate fans – the 11th galactico in the white number 11 shirt. His every appearance will bring with it a weight of expectation.
The world began to take notice of Bale when he scored a stunning second-half hat-trick in Tottenham’s 4-3 Champions League defeat by Inter Milan at the San Siro in 2010. When the then 21-year-old was told to take a holiday by Redknapp, he did not book a trip to a seven-star resort in Dubai, but went home to see his mum, Debbie. Those closest to him describe him as humble,polite and normal.
Like Bale in full flow, Real Madrid have kept coming – unrelenting, unstoppable. And ultimately they got their man. Bale is now the world most expensive player. The Wales superstar is scheduled to team up with his international colleagues in Cardiff at 2pm tomorrow to begin preparations for the looming World Cup games against Macedonia and Serbia