Bale under a lot pressure & he's not worth £86m, says Ibrahimovic

The Sweden international, who made a big-money move to La Liga to join Barcelona in 2009, says no player is worth the world-record fee Real Madrid have spent on the 24-year-old
Zlatan Ibrahimovic feels it will be hard for Gareth Bale to handle the pressure at Real Madrid following his world-record move from Tottenham.

Bale left Spurs for the Spanish capital for a fee of £86 million, eclipsing the previous record set by Cristiano Ronaldo and bringing one of the transfer window's longest-running sagas to a conclusion. 

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The Wales international has described the switch as a "dream", but Paris Saint-Germain striker Ibrahimovic, who has made a string of big-money moves in his career, believes Bale could face hostility if he does not meet the high standards of the Real fans.

"No footballer is worth paying that amount of money for," Ibrahimovic told BBC Sport.

"There is a lot of pressure on him.

"I know that when Zinedine Zidane played for Madrid, the fans were whistling against him.

"If they can whistle against Zidane, for me one of the best players in history, I hope Bale has a lot of patience.

"I had a dream to come to Barcelona, but afterwards I am thinking that maybe you should keep your dreams, instead of making it come true.

"Bale's move is similar to my transfer to Barcelona, but what creates that situation and the fee is the media, the selling club and how desperate the buying club are to buy a big name."