Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has decided his price for Gareth Bale. The Daily Mail says Levy will reluctantly bow to Bale's desire to leave Tottenham if Real Madrid offer a world record £85million - plus a player.

Bahamas-based businessman Joe Lewis, who is Tottenham's largest shareholder, will have the ultimate say if, as expected, Real Madrid follow their public interest with a formal offer.

Levy, who flew back from the Far East to London on Sunday to discuss Bale's future with club officials, will make a series of demands if Real can come up with the cash.

He wants the money up front and there is still a possibility he will demand a Real Madrid player in addition to a world record fee.