Real Madrid president set for Florida meeting with Spurs chairman over Gareth Bale transfer.
Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy will meet with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez on Wednesday to discuss the possible transfer exit of Gareth Bale, according to the Daily Telegraph.
With Daniel Levy owning property in Florida, and Real Madrid set to take part in a friendly against Spurs’ London rivals Chelsea, the fates appear to have conspired to put the two men in close enough proximity to meet.
Gareth Bale’s silence throughout the summer has been notable, and it appears clear that the Wales international winger’s development from promising full back to world class attacking midfielder has resulted in a desire to display that talent on the biggest stage.
At the same time, Real Madrid’s relentless pursuit of La Decima, a record tenth European Cup, coupled with Perez’s equally desperate desire to steal rivals FC Barcelona’s thunder suggest that the signing of Bale is almost seen as necessary to match the prestige sent the way of Camp Nou upon the arrival of Neymar.
Gareth Bale may cost Real Madrid a world record transfer fee, but a deal for the Welshman could catapult him to Galactico status – and continue his development into one of the best players in the world.