Madrid’s President Florentino Perez sees Bale as an investment.
Real Madrid will not baulk if Tottenham demand a world record £85 million transfer fee to sign highly rated winger Gareth Bale according to the Sun.
Madrid have been strongly linked with Bale this transfer window and it is thought that it would take a world record bid to sign the Welshman.
President Florentino Perez said that he would not hesitate to break the world record again for Bale.
“For those players and investments that generate and produce income, you can give everything in life”. said Perez when asked about the possibility of paying £85 million for the winger.
Perez is no stranger to breaking the world record for the highest transfer fee having done it 4 times, signing Luis Figo from Barcelona, Zinedine Zidane from Real Madrid, Kaka from AC Milan and Cristano Ronaldo from Manchester United.
Spurs desperately want to keep hold of their star player and look set to offer the winger a new contract to stay at the club.
However, the interest from Madrid has been so strong that winger may be tempted to move the Bernabeu.
Other clubs are also monitoring the situation involving Bale, with Premier League champions Manchester United said to be preparing a bid for the Welshman.
Spurs legend Glenn Hoddle has said he would rather see Bale go to United than Real Madrid.