Tottenham Hotspur have rejected rumours that Gareth Bale will join Manchester United in a £60million deal this summer, insisting that the Welsh winger is unavailable at any price, reports the Daily Telegraph.
The 24-year-old PFA and FWA player of the year has been the subject of intense interest this transfer window, with speculation suggesting he could leave north London in search of Champions League football.
Real Madrid were believed to have made Bale their number one target under the order of new manager Carlo Ancelotti, but were told firmly by Tottenham that he would not be sold.
New Manchester United boss David Moyes has also been credited with an interest in bringing the Spurs star to Old Trafford, but is also well aware of the club's stance that they're determined to keep him.
Bale has a strong relationship with Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas, and is understood to be happy at White Hart Lane.
Senior club officials are ready to sit down and discuss a new and improved contract with the player, but even if no agreement is reached, he is likely to still be a Tottenham player next season.
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