4. Keep Gareth Bale
There are plenty of signs that Tottenham will hold on to Gareth Bale this summer, even if they fail to qualify for the Champions League. The 23-year-old winger is reportedly on the verge of signing a new contract worth up to £170,000-a-week, which will be music to the ears of Spurs fans everywhere.
But new contract or not, the club should expect bids for the forward this summer and chairman Daniel Levy must be strong, even if faced with the prospect of an additional £70m spending money for the new stadium.
Bale’s form since the turn of the year has been astonishing and if he continue next season where he left off in this one, he will finish top scorer in the Premier League and earn Spurs an extra 15-20 points all by himself! Put simply, the 20-goal Welshman is invaluable.