Tottenham puts `record-breaking` 100 million pound price tag on Bale
London: Spurs have put a record-breaking 100 million pound price tag on Welsh striker Gareth Bale, even as Real Madrid values the striker at around 85 million pounds, with Tottenham chief Daniel Levy determined to tell Real that they must smash the world transfer record in order to bag the player.
According to the Mirror, a six-year contract worth 150,000 pounds-a-week is on the table for Bale, currently injured although he is in Hong Kong on the north Londoners` pre-season tour.
The Wales international has told Real he wants to sign for them but has yet to demand a transfer, the report said.
New Bernabeu coach Carlo Ancelotti is planning for next season with Bale in his team and has already allocated him the No.11 shirt, the report added.