Tottenham fans are divided on this issue, but it may turn out that come the summer, the London club may have no choice but to sell.
Talk about cashing-in though, prices for Bale have ranged from £30million to £60million in the newspapers and considering the Welsh winger is having his best season yet, his transfer value could be enormous by the end of this current campaign.
Bale seems destined to play for one of Europe’s top clubs, and even if he’s at White Hart Lane next year, at some point the 23-year-old will leave.
But Spurs bought him for just £6million in 2007, meaning they’ll make an unbelievable profit on their left winger.
That money could then be used to greatly improve a Tottenham side that are on the edge of breaking into the top three.