White Hart Lane side stick to their guns on Welsh winger’s valuation.
Tottenham have reportedly drawn up two possible options for Real Madrid in relation to the Spanish side’s interest in attacker Gareth Bale.
The Marca claim the White Hart Lane side have demaned with €116m (£100m) or €100m and Real Madrid youngster Alvaro Morata, the latter option said to be a less favourable one with the La Liga side.
The Bernabeu outfit are not keen on losing highly rated striker Morata but are also not too keen on offering such a hefty sum for 24 year old Welsh international Gareth Bale, this despite their very genuine interest in the Spurs star.
Re-elected president Florentino Perez has hoped to persuade the North London side to accept a cash plus player deal involving the likes of Angel Di Maria or Fabio Coentrao but this option does not sit well with chairman Daniel Levy, who can probably see the sense in bringing in a young talent like Morata, who could well have good sell on value.
Tottenham have spent £50m bringing in trio Paulinho, Nacer Chadli and Roberto Soldado and this may have led some to believe that Andre Villas-Boas was already spending funds that were due to come in from a Bale sale, however it does appear that the Premier League side are looking to keep hold of the former Southampton unless their massive demands are met.
Gareth Bale has scored 55 goals in 203 appearances for Tottenham and netted 26 in all competitions last term though crucially his efforts failed to land the club a coveted top four finish.