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Madrid prepare bid for Bale

2013-02-26 16:31
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Cape Town - Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon has told talkSPORT that the Spanish club is prepared to pay "big money" to land Tottenham star Gareth Bale in the summer.

Calderon said: “I think he is a fantastic player. He is one of those players you would always like to have in your team. It’s true we have spent a lot of money in the last three or four years but I think we are in a position to pay the money they are going to ask for.

“There is always a limit but Real Madrid is in a very healthy situation, economically speaking, so it would be in the position to sign him. I’m sure it will be a high amount of money because he is a fantastic player. A lot of clubs would like to have him.”
 

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