AVB thinks Spurs will still compete without their talisman.
Following successive victories in the Premier League, Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas thinks the club is strong whether Gareth Bale goes to Real Madrid or not.
Another penalty from Roberto Soldado secured a 1-0 win over Swansea City, which was an identical result to the triumph Spurs achieved a week earlier against Crystal Palace.
The coach has not played Bale at all in the 2013/14 season due to the Welshman’s impending departure to Madrid, but with new signings such as Soldado, Paulinho and Etienne Capoue impressing in north London, Villas-Boas thinks the side will be just fine.
“We’ve gone on with our business. Gareth, unfortunately for us, hasn’t been part of our squad, but we have a big squad to choose from,” the 35-year-old was quoted on Sky Sports.
“This team can only develop and we look forward towards the future.
“With Gareth or without, we can be stronger.”
Bale is expected to complete a world record switch to Los Blancos within the next week and Tottenham will have to look elsewhere for inspiration.
AVB was hoping to sign Willian from Anzhi Makhachkala but the Brazilian has chosen to join Chelsea instead, meaning Spurs are now looking to either AS Roma’s Erik Lamela or Hulk of Zenit St. Petersburg.
With back-to-back wins for the club it is easier for fans at White Hart Lane to look forward to a life without their Welsh talisman, particularly with the success of the new faces.
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