Spurs Chairman flies back to London to deal with Bale transfer saga.
Gareth Bale’s transfer saga took another twist last night after it emerged that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy had cut short his holiday in order to deal with the issue according to The Daily Mail.
Bale has demanded showdown talks with the club after they rejected an £85 million bid for the player.
Reports are suggesting that Bale and Levy had a gentleman’s agreement that if the club received an outstanding offer, they would allow Bale to leave the club.
Bale is said to be furious that Levy does not classify Real Madrid’s latest potentially world-record breaking offer as in that category and is demanding talks with the club.
Levy last spoke to Bale during the team’s trip to Hong Kong, where they were playing in the Asia trophy.
Levy had been scheduled to fly on to Florida for a family holiday but he has now reportedly returned to the capital in order to resolve the situation with Bale.
The Spurs chairman is known a tough negotiator, and is continuing to insist that Bale will not be sold.
That could prompt Bale to hand in a transfer request, despite the affection he holds for Spurs, as he is keen to secure a move to a team capable of offering him the chance of winning the game’s biggest trophies.