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Personally, I don't think Gareth Bale wants to leave yet - unless it was to one of the Manchester clubs.
GARETH BALE has been told by Spurs legend Glenn Hoddle he would be better off joining Man United in a whopping £85million deal - rather than Real Madrid.
And Hoddle believes Bale, 23, would favour a move to United - or even City - this summer, rather than make the switch to Spain.
Madrid are favourites to splash the cash for the Wales wizard.
Hoddle said: "Personally, I don't think Gareth Bale wants to leave yet - unless it was to one of the Manchester clubs.
"He's had a new baby and I'm not sure if he's ready for a move abroad. You have to be settled off the pitch before you get your form on it."