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How much is Bale worth.

What is Bales true value.  

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  1. 1. What is Bales true value.

    • £20 to £30 million
    • £30 to £40 million
    • £40 to £50 million
    • £50 to £60 million
    • £60 to £70 million
    • £70 to £80 million
    • over £80 million


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With the crazy amount of £105 million being said about Bale s valuation ,and people on here having different views on just how good he is.

What do you think his true value is?

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Same as Cavani, Falcao and Suarez. Around the 50 mark in today's market. There's no way he's twice the player of that lot.

 

He's nowhere near Ronaldo and Messi. Two players you'd think would command money like that now.

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He's a good player. But most of his game is built on speed and he only needs a minor injury to totally throw him of his game. So the 80mil is way over the top. around 30-50 like most good players go for these days.

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The option for a bushel of bananas wasn't there, so I think 50M ought to do it. But it's based on the market today, the guy having one really good season, three years left on his contract, and his age/potential. He's not Cavani, Suarez or even Rooney for that matter.

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Less than Suarez.

 

He's not as good, but he's probably worth about the same amount.

 

First, there's the constant suspensions with Luis, which you'd think would have to reduce his value by 10% or so (seeing as he's not eligible for 10% of his club's games).

 

However, the big factor in his value is his age. He's 2 and a half years younger than Suarez. That means that you can pay a big transfer fee, sign him to a 5-year deal, and then in 3 years, assuming he's just as good or better, you could sell him for the same amount, roughly. In contrast, Suarez is 27, sign him to the same 5-year deal and in 3 years he'll be on the downslope and you'll be lucky to get half what you paid.

 

So, Bale (not as good but no history of suspensions + younger) = Suarez (better but gets suspended, is older, and probably not good for marketing the club). At least value-wise. I would think £50 million is probably a fair price for either of them in the current market. If Spurs turn down anything north of £60 million they're insane.

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i suppose some of it depends on whether you're selling or buying.

 

if i'm selling, then as much as i can con out of some dimwitted fool who believes all the media hype.

 

if i'm buying - nothing. because i wouldn't touch the diving, cheating, crybaby with a barge pole.

 

does any of this contravene the new thought police regime being imposed by the jellyfish currently running OUR club?

 

seriously though, he's nowhere near as good as he, or the london-centric meeja finks he is. so about the same as downing then.

 

but it's all about systems.

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He isn't really worth the lowest of those options. Nobody who kicks a ball for a living is. It's football gone mad and being destroyed. And our tickets should be a tenth of today aswell.

 

But apart from that I'd say around 70m. More than Luis, less than Ronaldo.

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A monkey that plays football he's got to be worth £50m. These scientists do some crazy fucked up experiments

 

Indeed. Spurs have already cloned Bale and named the experiment 'Kenny McEvoy'.

 

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Whatever it takes to get him.

 

His value will only be clear in retrospect, any purchase focuses more on what a player is about to do than what he has already done.

 

The extra money that he will generate from TV rights sales in the UK will pay for a chunk as will Uk sponsorship deals. There can be less risk at the top end than there is at the bottom.

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