The bill for bringing Gareth Bale to Real Madrid just keeps on growing.
The latest fee, paid by a clinic in the Spanish capital in order to host Bale's medical before his official signing at Real Madrid, is thought to be in the region of €10million.
Bale travelled to Spain on Sunday evening in order to complete his dream move to the Bernabeu, and the Sanitas clinic in Madrid is believed to have paid his new club €10million so that they would be chosen ahead of other facilities to oversee his medical.
The former Tottenham man, who's £85million transfer fee makes him the most expensive player to have ever lived, passed the medical comfortably and was today unveiled to fans of Los Blancos.
Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez, moved to declare that the determination shown by his club was the main reason they were able to capture Bale.
“He is a young player, but with great qualities, who has now realised one of his greatest dreams, which was to be a Real Madrid player.
“The negotiations have been intense, complicated and prolonged, but finally we have achieved our aim and we are delighted to welcome Gareth Bale.”