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Gareth BaleParis Saint-Germain is ready to bid £ 85 million, more than the amount offered by Real Madrid to obtain the signature of Gareth Bale. The Ligue 1 outfit wants to bring on the Parc des Princes on Villas-Boas with the Gaelic footballer.

French champion now chases Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas, as on the Parisians bench is about to be dumped by Carlo Ancelotti, who is closer to a move to Real.

The star of the team from White Hart Lane recently said he’s happy to work under the command of AVB, and the Parisians have thought it would be a good opportunity to bring both on packed. The main shareholders of Qatar Sports Investments spent far more than £ 200 million since they arrived in the French capital, and now they are ready to brake the record on the transfer market.

The most expensive transfer so far is Cristiano Ronaldo – € 96 million paid by Real Madrid to Manchester United.

Real Madrid has already made an offer for Bale, who is reported to be approximately £ 80 million. But Arab sheiks are prepared to bid up to 85 million.

About this war of millions, Real Madrid sporting director Zinedine Zidane said. “If any club wants to lure Spurs, will have to offer more money, maybe even to break the record. There are four or five clubs that have finances to establish a record. ”

These include PSG, club led by Nasser Al-Khelaifi, member of the royal family of Qatar. After Monaco grabbed Falcao, the pride of PSG owner will not let him sit passively throughout the transfer window, and Gareth Bale can be the answer for their new rival in the championship.

Bale was on the verge of a transfer and last summer, but no offer has convinced Tottenham to leave him go. But this year it is hard to believe that the same thing will happen.

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