With Real Madrid poised to swoop in on the Spurs star, having already had a £51 million player-plus-cash deal rejected, should chairman Daniel Levy sell the Welsh international?
Two-time PFA Player of the Year winner and last season's FWA Footballer of the Year Gareth Bale is Real Madrid's number one transfer target this summer.
The 24-year-old Tottenham winger is reported to be seeking a move to the Spanish capital and Real are determined to get their man despite having an incredible £95 million bid - £51 million plus Angel Di Maria and Fabio Coentrao - dismissed by chairman Daniel Levy.
Levy's refusal to grant Bale permission to speak to Madrid is reminiscent of the Luka Modric saga from two years ago, but that ultimately ended in the Croatian playmaker moving to Spain.
Is Levy mad to reject Madrid's bid? Should he allow Bale to leave and let manager Andre Villas-Boas rebuild the squad around other players?
If Bale were to be sold, would it go down as the deal of the century? Or would it simply cement forever more Tottenham's reputation as a selling club?
Where do you think Bale will end up playing at the start of the season? Should Daniel Levy swallow his pride and let Bale move on, or should he stick to his guns and keep a world-class player at White Hart Lane?
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