The winger told Villas-Boas that he wants to leave the club during training on Wednesday.
Gareth Bale told Andre Villas-Boas that he wants to leave Spurs and join Real Madrid during the clubs training session on Wednesday, Sky Sports reports.
The winger spent around five hours at the clubs training ground and had treatment on a muscle injury.
Bale left at around 2pm and reportedly told Villas-Boas about his intentions to leave White Hart Lane and join Real Madrid.
Real Madrid are thought to have already lodged an £85 million offer with Spurs for the winger but the club have yet to comment on the offer and continue to state that the Welshman isn’t for sale.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is determined to keep Bale at White Hart Lane for at least one more season as he believes that the club have more chance of qualifying for the Champions League with Bale in the team.
However, Bale is determined to leave Spurs and join Real Madrid, feeling that this is the right time for him to move to one of the world’s biggest clubs.
Real’s £85 million offer is thought to be cash only despite reports suggesting that former Spurs player Luka Modric might also be part of the deal.