White Hart Lane could be faced with offer to good to be turned down.
Tottenham are preparing themselves for a stunning £120 Million double transfer attack from Real Madrid and Chelsea for their two best players, Gareth Bale and Luka Modric.
Real Madrid are set to offer Tottenham up to £75 Million for Welsh wing wizard Gareth Bale, while Chelsea are ready to up their offer for Luka Modric to a whopping £45 Million.
If either of these offers materialise then it is very hard to see the Tottenham chairman, Daniel Levy, turning down the offers, no matter what he says publicly about the duo being unavailable whatever the price.
Chelsea are desperate for Modric and will not give up while Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has told the board that it is Gareth Bale that he wants more than any other player and we all know that when Real Madrid want a player, they tend to get him.
Tottenham are not desperate for cash but £120 Million is a serious amount of money and the chances are that the board would gladly snap the hands off both clubs if they follow through with their interest, with that sort of money Tottenham could bring in at least four world class players, it really is a case of wait and see if the reports from Spain are indeed accurate or not, we think they are.
Can anyone really see this happening?
The £45million Chelsea bid for Modric is plausible but £75million for Bale?
Now before anyone starts going on about Bale being over-rated just remember he is a good player.
His stats may not be the best but there is a reason why practically all of the top clubs, and their supporters, would love to have him in their team.
But he is not worth £75million and even the most diehard Spurs fan would admit that.
Cristiano Ronaldo was sold for £80million and he was the World Player of the Year at the time, Bale is only the PFA player of the year.
What is more is that Real would never shell out that amount of money on him.
Their finances, though improving, are still not great and they just spent £26million on Fabio Coentrao from Benfica.
Along with him they have Marcelo and Angel di Maria, so are not short of options down their left flank.
But will Chelsea make an improved offer for Modric?
The smart money says they will but it will depend on two things: Tottenham agreeing a new contract with him; Spurs regaining Champions League spot.
If both these things happen Modric may have a change of heart and decide to stay at White Hart Lane.
One will not happen without the other and even if they do, Modric could still decide to leave in the summer anyway.
Chelsea are likely to make an improved bid for the Croatian but with FFP counting as of this season, a few players may have to be moved on first.