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Daniel Levy will reject Real Madrid’s offer of cash plus players for Gareth Bale as he becomes increasingly angry with the Spanish giants.
The Spurs supremo does not want to do business that involves any Real players as makeweights and is determined to hang out for cash with his latest valuation hovering around a staggering £125million.
As exclusively revealed by SunSport the Tottenham chairman has already snubbed a world-record bid of £81m for his prized asset.
We also told you on Sunday that Real would come back with an improved cash-plus-players offer that included Angel Di Maria and Fabio Coentrao.
However The Sun understands Levy remains resentful at the way Madrid engineered Luka Modric’s controversial transfer to the Bernabeu last season.
And Levy’s anger has fuelled his determination to squeeze every last penny out of Real Madrid and get the cash up front.
A source said: “Daniel is only interested in what’s best for Tottenham.
“If he can’t keep the player which we mus...
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Real Madrid have made a world record bid of over £85m to Tottenham for Gareth Bale, according to reports.
The bid has been on the table for over a week and Bale is aware of it and is becoming more frustrated with the situation.
The bid does not include any Real Madrid players moving to Spurs as part of a package.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is understood to be currently in Miami...
Gareth Bale has left Tottenham's training ground for the day after reportedly telling Andre Villas-Boas he wants to join Real Madrid .
Spurs are yet to comment on the world record bid of more than £85m lodged by Real several days ago and have not wavered publicly on their stance that the player is not for sale.
In the meantime, Bale spent around five hours at the club'...
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Fast forward to 2013 and the now-muscular, speedy...
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Gareth Bale's fate took a dramatic twist on Sunday night when Spurs chairman Daniel Levy cut short his holiday and flew to London for crunch talks with the £85million-rated winger.
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Gareth Bale's future is in turmoil after it emerged the forward is reluctant to risk his relationship with Tottenham fans by handing in a transfer request.
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Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti says that the Spanish giants are in talks with Tottenham over the signing of Gareth Bale.
Sky Sports revealed earlier this week that a world record bid in excess of £85million had been made by Real late last week.
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Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed that the Spanish giants are in talks with Tottenham to sign Gareth Bale.
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