Bernabeu side to present White Hart Lane side with £86m offer.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez and Tottenham counterpart Daniel Levy will reportedly hold talks on the future of Welsh international Gareth Bale in Miami next week according to El Confidencial.
The White Hart Lane chairman is due in Miami on a personal trip and Real Madrid will be in the United States on tour and the pair will apparently meet on either August 6th or 7th to discuss the thorny issue of the La Liga side’s interest in Tottenham’s 24 year old prized asset.
Real Madrid will propose a bid of €100m (£86m) for Bale though could alter the deal to include either, or possibly both, Fabio Coentrao and Angel Di Maria. Andre Villas-Boas is apparently keen to strengthen his squad and could prefer a cash deal that also includes top level player exchange additions.
This source claims that Bale wants to move to the Bernabeu and has thus far refused advances of a new improved contract from his North London employers.
Real Madrid want to complete a deal soon after this meeting so that Bale can take part in pre-season activities as new boss Carlo Ancelotti sets about gelling his squad, with the Spanish giants having made a number of summer additions already.
Perez has funded the additions of Isco, Casemiro, Daniel Carvajal and Asier Illarramendi with funds from the sales of Jose Callejon, Pedro Leon, Raul Albiol and Gonzalo Higuain and as such has the funds to make a mammoth offer for Bale and is perhaps feeling the pressure to make another ‘Marquee’ signing having seen Barcelona bring in Brazilian wonderkid Neymar.