Tottenham will accept €110m from Real Madrid for Gareth Bale, AS have claimed this afternoon.
Los Blancos had previously offered €100m for the Wales international, but that was seemingly rejected by chairman Daniel Levy.
However, the Madrid-based newspaper have insisted that the Premier League club will accept €110m plus Fabio Coentrao for the attacker.
“We wanted an attacking player, such as Morata or Jese, but we were denied both of them,” a source close to the deal told AS.
“Bale has spent three weeks playing the same tactics. He doesn’t want to train, he doesn’t want to play matches, it seems as if he has taken a definitive decision.”
The same ‘source’ told the paper that one of the main problems with the protracted deal had been the valuation Madrid made of Coentrao
Spurs don’t value the Portuguese defender at any more then €20m, however the Santiago Bernabeu team believe his valuation to be around €25m.