Tottenham winger Gareth Bale has claimed that he would like to experience a move abroad during his career sparking more speculation over the midfielders future at White Hart Lane.
Bale scored and assisted in Spurs’ terrific 3-2 victory at Manchester United on Saturday evening and his performance and comments may well interest some European footballing giants.
“I’d never be scared of it,” he told The Guardian.
“It’s something I’d like to experience. It’s in the future but if something did come up I would obviously look at it with interest.”
The Spurs winger also took time to praise his new boss Andre Villas-Boas and what he has done since arriving in the summer.
“He’s very approachable,” said Bale.
“If there is a problem, or something we feel is not right, his door is open. He wants us to work that way: together, the players and staff, and if there is a problem we can always share our ideas with him and he will take it on board.
“For example, if we feel we are working too hard in training, if we say that to him, then he’ll ease it off. He’s still learning as well as a manager but he does all the coaching and everything himself, which is great.”