Spurs chairman Levy decides on his sale price for Bale

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.

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