Tottenham chairman Levy agrees £95M fee for Real Madrid Bale deal
Tottenham are ready to sell Gareth Bale to Real Madrid after the Welshman declared he wanted the move. The Daily Star says Spurs are ready to sanction a giant £95m cash-plus-player deal after Bale told them he's desperate to join Real Madrid.
Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas is now willing to sanction a world record deal involving £85m in cash and Real's exciting young striker Alvaro Morata, 20.
Spurs had hoped to convince Bale they have big ambitions and plan to make key signings in an effort to become a major Premier League force.
But Bale let them know in no uncertain terms he has his heart set on a dream move to Madrid.
Chairman Daniel Levy is now expected to thrash out a mega-money deal and wants cash plus Morata.