Welshman will now have to force through his own exit from the Lane this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur midfield player Gareth Bale is understood to be deeply unhappy that chairman Daniel Levy has turned down a 100 million euros offer from Real Madrid for their star man, according to reports in the Observer.
The Spanish giants have lodged their bid, worth £86.3m, with the north London club for the coveted Wales international, an offer that would beat the current word-record transfer fee of £80m that los Blancos paid to lure Manchester United playmaker Cristiano Ronaldo from Old Trafford to the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer of 2009.
And despite being contracted to the White Hart Lane club until June 30 2016, the 24-year-old feels that Levy should accept Madrid’s offer and allow him to make his dream move to the Spanish capital next season.
Bale, who won the double Footballer of the Year award in the previous campaign after scoring 26 goals in just 44 matches in all competitions for Tottenham, including 21 strikes in his 33 Premier League contests, has his heart set on playing in the Uefa Champions League next season for the world’s biggest club and feels that after six years of loyal service to Spurs, he should be granted his wish.
All of which leaves the wide man in a tricky position at present, although one thing is for sure and that is Bale is said to now be determined to push through his move to Madrid this summer come what may.