The winger will not be leaving for any price.
Tottenham Hotspur superstar Gareth Bale will not be leaving White Hart Lane this summer for Manchester United or Real Madrid, according to the Mirror.
The Premier League champions were said to be preparing a £60m offer for the Welsh ace, but Spurs are staying firm on the decision to not sell the winger at any price.
United chief executive Ed Woodward has even flown back from the club’s tour of Australia to try and convince opposite number in north London, Daniel Levy, to part with the side’s prized asset.
However, Tottenham are not budging on their decision over Bale – even if a world record £85m bid comes in for the 23-year-old.
The Wales international has become one of the most coveted players in European football in the past 12 months, with impressive performances for Spurs catching the eye of Europe’s elite.
Bale netted 21 Premier League goals in 2012/13, along with nine assists and finished third only to United’s Robin Van Persie and Luis Suarez of Liverpool in the top-scorer list.
This brilliant showing from the winger has seen the player’s value rocket and Levy and Tottenham are set on their stance that no bid from the Red Devils, Madrid, or any other club will change their mind.
The English champions are having some transfer issues of their own currently, with want-away forward Wayne Rooney emerging as a target for league rivals Chelsea.
United do not want to sell the Englishman but with Rooney having handed in a transfer request, new boss David Moyes may have his hand forced.