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Madrid Prepare Huge Player-Plus-Cash Bale Offer & Tempt Ace With Lucrative 5-Year-Deal

Real Madrid are ready to make their move for Gareth Bale and offer Tottenham a huge player-plus-cash deal and tempt the Welsh ace with lucrative 5-year deal.

With the summer transfer window set to re-open, there is plenty of gossip doing the rounds in the newspapers so we’ll keep you up-to-date with the latest transfer rumours. Today, Real Madrid prepare a huge move for Gareth Bale.


Real Madrid are ready to make their move for Gareth Bale and offer Tottenham a huge player-plus-cash deal and tempt the Welsh ace with lucrative 5-year contract to move to the Bernabeu, according to the Daily Star.

Bale has enjoyed a sensational season in the Premier League, scoring 26 goals in 44 games, and his form earned him a whole host of honours including the PFA Player of the Year.

The report claims Spurs have offered the Welshman a new deal worth £150,000-a-week to keep him at White Hart Lane, with the new contract believed to include a clause that will allow him to leave next summer for £50m.

However, the Star suggest Real Madrid president Florentino Perez wants Bale this summer and is prepared to offer the attacker a five-year deal with the guarantee of beating Tottenham’s wage’s, while it will also be topped up with a lucrative image rights deal that would earn the player a significant sum each season.

The newspaper report claims the Spanish giants are prepared to pay up to £43m – which is below Tottenham’s valuation – but are willing to offer Pepe, Marcello, Gonzalo Higuain or Angel di Maria as potential make-weights in any deal. Tottenham are thought to be only interested in striker Higuain but may face a tough task persuading the Argentine to leave Madrid for a team that cannot offer Champions League football.

Spurs are no doubt desperate to keep hold of Bale but it looks like their resolve is going to be severely tested this summer. Chairman Daniel Levy is a shrewd negotiator but many will remember he took a hard line with Luka Modric last summer before eventually caving in and selling the midfielder to Real. Will the same happen with Bale? We’ll have to wait and see….

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Do you think Bale will still be with Tottenham next season? Get involved in the comments section below.



  1. dc

    May 22, 2013 at 12:23 pm

    you couldnt give any of them madrid players away-why does madrid want shot of them? simple cos trhey are useless-cough up £80 mill madrid of f–k off

  2. TImF

    May 22, 2013 at 12:29 pm

    Is this not tantamount to tapping up?? Spurs have not offered him for sale. Bale has not asked for a transfer, so making public any personal terms for the player in order to instigate a transfer request would surely be against the rules ??? I know it goes on every year, but I’m just saying…..

  3. Justin martin

    May 22, 2013 at 12:31 pm

    Problem is similar to modric. Madrid have started their usual unsettling tactics. We may not have any choice but to sell. Same old story. I don’t know how we can keep players because our finances do not allow DL to compete the same way as Chelsea, man city etc. DL cannot spend money we don’t have. We either need to get the money somehow, or the club is sold. If not we will prob always compete for top 4 but never cementing ourselves as top a top 4 club. Nor are we likely to consistently challenge for honours. Sad but it’s a fact that we do not have the type of money required to compete. At least not now. COYS!

    • Stu

      May 22, 2013 at 12:56 pm

      Joe lewis, owner of tottenham Hotspur, is in the forbes billionaire list. I’m sure he is going to spend some of his huge wealth on the squad this summer. Starting with the signiture of bale in the bahamas aboard joe lewis fabulous yacht after we play the reggae boyz. Love the fact that madrid supporters demand players. Dortmund have BUILT a great team and proved it.

      • Justin martin

        May 22, 2013 at 3:26 pm

        The reason Lewis is loaded is because he is a businessman, not an abramovich type playboy pandering to a whim. Tottenham are run as a business, not a toy. Until we either get an owner who wants a toy, or UEFA or FIFA decide to implement the rules correctly we will always be behind clubs who get away with financial impropriety.

        • Stu

          May 22, 2013 at 5:06 pm

          Abramovich is a business man too. A mafia based businessman. However, joe lewis is jewish. So, maybe thats why he is reluctant to “splash the cash. I mean that if he had pushed the boat out in january then spurs may have had the financial bonus ofs CL and could have won a cup. He can be short sighted. The new stadium has to be funded I know.

  4. Stu

    May 22, 2013 at 12:33 pm

    Wow what an exclusive! Madrid are p issing in the wind. Madrid are a plastic club. Barca or bayarn are the true giants, if he leaves i hope its to a stable club with morals. He deserves the stability.

  5. Gaddafi jido

    May 22, 2013 at 12:38 pm

    Madrid should look for rues rather than bale bc is more creative

  6. Gaddafi rijiyar gwangwan

    May 22, 2013 at 12:46 pm

    Less money more goals .madrid should learn from dortmund

    • Stu

      May 22, 2013 at 12:58 pm

      Yes yes and yes gaddafi. My thoughts as well. Madrid are plastic like chelsea,man city. Fail to win, buy a new team…

  7. ColinSC

    May 22, 2013 at 1:15 pm

    Hmmm Massive and somehow it is far less than he is valued as being.. Madrid appear to be totally devoid of any morals… and yes this is the start of tap-up time by the press via the press. FIFA should grow some balls and do something about this this is a regular event and is disgusting.

  8. THFC

    May 22, 2013 at 1:36 pm

    And why would Spurs accept such a stupid offer? how about 50m and 3 of those useless players.

  9. Thenaigren

    May 22, 2013 at 1:42 pm

    Yep…….I agree 100%. Teams like Madrid, Chelsea, Man City, Psg,and now Monaco should be severely dealt with if found guilty should they stir up players. All these players are contracted to their respective clubs and should honour the contracted period. maybe football should be run like F1 where there is a cap on spending.

  10. Jose Quezada

    May 22, 2013 at 6:36 pm

    Real Madrid is the riches club in the world & yeah we can afford Gareth Bale but at the same we are making money from Cristiano Ronaldo’s Jersey so that’s how we get some money also. It would still be nice to have both Ronaldo & Bale playing side to side. Only if we could of land lowindoski also from borussia Dortmund.

    • Stu

      May 22, 2013 at 7:31 pm

      Lowendowski would be better going going to a stellar club like bayarn or barca, true greats. Bale would be joining a childish circus at real madrid. Unstable management would hinder his progress

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