The winger is unlikely to train with the squad and will instead have treatment on a muscle injury.
Gareth Bale will report to pre-season training with Tottenham on Wednesday despite continued interest from Real Madrid, the Guardian reports.
The winger is unlikely to take any part in training and will instead have treatment on a muscle injury.
He will also be agonising about a possible move to Spanish giants Real Madrid, who have put a £86.3 million offer on the table for the Welsh star.
Even though the offer is world record, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy refuses to even consider selling the player, despite meeting the players mother and father, who begged him to enter into talks with Los Blancos.
Bale will turn up to training with Spurs because he feels duty bound to but all the time he is mindful of getting into peak condition should his move to Spanish capital be completed.
The winger has only played one of Spurs pre-season friendly’s, partly because he doesn’t want to make his muscle injury any worse and then jeopardize his dream move to Madrid.
Bale will not submit a transfer request as he doesn’t want to ruin his good relationship with the clubs supporters but he is desperate to move to Real Madrid and is hoping that Levy’s hard line stance softens before things get messy.