Tottenham are ready to sell Gareth Bale to Real Madrid for £86m, while they hope that Alvaro Morata will move in the opposite direction, according to the Guardian.
Bale has convinced the north London club to allow him move to the Spanish giants Real Madrid.
Tottenham were adamant to keep their prized asset at the club but found it hard to resist after the La Liga runners-up offered a world-record transfer fee for the Wales international.
Real Madrid are now on the brink of landing the former Southampton player, and may be persuaded to include the club's young striker Morata in the deal.
Morata, who has been linked with a move to Liverpool earlier this summer, is tipped as 'Spain's future number 9.'
Meanwhile, Tottenham are also closing in on Valencia striker Roberto Soldado for a initial club transfer record signing for around £26m.
Bale was understood to be furious at Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, who rejected the world record transfer bid from Real Madrid last week.
However, having agreed their star man move to Bernabeu this summer, Morata would make Bale's transfer to Real Madrid worth more than £100m.
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