Spurs expect Gareth Bale to sign a new deal in the near future which almost doubles his wages and adds a further year to his contract.
The triple player of the year is wanted by every top club in Europe with Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid strongly linked as well as Paris Saint Germain, the big Italian sides and both Manchester clubs.
Whilst the north Londoners could comfortably get £40m for the Wales flyer, with some reports suggesting he would fetch as much as £60m, the top-four chasers want to keep him and they intend to increase his wages to a whopping £170,000 a week whilst adding an extra year to his current deal.
Bale’s representatives are set to sit down and talk with the club but apparently envisage few problems irrespective of whether they will be able to offer Champions League football next season or not – that will be determined by the results on Sunday.
The 23-year-old’s new deal will run until 2017 and off the back of Bale staying at White Hart Lane they will then look to recruit their summer targets, including David Villa from Barcelona.
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