Tottenham’s Welsh striker is now free to join Spanish giants Real Madrid for a world record £86 million after the two clubs agreed terms Sunday night.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy singed of on the deal that will see his clubs best player move to Spain for a world record fee beating the previous record when Real Madrid signed Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United back in 2009 for £80 million.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy signed off the staggering move for the Welsh winger after talks with directors at White Hart Lane.
After having spent some time in sunny Spain at his agent’s house in Marbella, Bale will now move on to Madrid where he is expected to be presented to the fans in the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday.
At last the Bale saga is over and we can watch other movements in the transfer market that were reliant on the Bale move going through.