Bale Move ‘Almost Done’ With Levy Set To Meet Perez In Miami To Finalise £105m Deal
Gareth Bale’s move to Real Madrid is almost done with chairman Daniel Levy due to meet Florentino Perez in Miami to conclude a deal that could be worth £105m
With the summer transfer window now 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, Gareth Bale edges closer to his record move to real Madrid.
Gareth Bales record-breaking move to Real Madrid is almost complete with chairman Daniel Levy due to meet Florentino Perez in Miami to conclude a deal that could be worth £105m, according to the Daily Mail.
The Spanish giants have been public with their interest in the Welshman this summer with players and coaches all voicing their support of the 24-year-old making the switch to the Bernabeu this summer.
Spurs have tried their best to hang on to the PFA Player of the Year for another season but the Mail claim Bale is desperate to make his ‘dream’ move to Spain and president Florentino Perez is determined to get his man.
The newspaper reports that a deal is now close with Levy and Perez due to hold talks in Miami to thrash out the finer details that could see Madrid pay a world record figure of £105m – which would smash the £80m Real paid Manchester United for Cristiano Ronaldo back in 2009.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti refused to be drawn on the speculation yesterday after aggravating Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas last week when he spoke openly about their interest in the player.
‘I won’t speak about Bale, because I have already angered him (Villas-Boas) and I don’t want to anger another coach,’ the Madrid boss is quoted as saying by the Mail
‘I didn’t say anything in particular and I prefer not to talk about this.’
The coming days appear to be crucial as the two clubs look to find a resolution that suits both parties, but it looks as though Bale could be heading out of England and the Premier League, as well as Tottenham, will lose one of it’s star players.
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