Tottenham plotting spending spree with Bale money

Tottenham Hotspur have already began plotting how to spend the money they will receive from Real Madrid for the sale of Gareth Bale, the Daily Mirror has reported.

Daniel Levy is rumoured to have reached an agreement with Madrid that would see the Spanish club pay £105m to sign the Wales winger – and will allow that money to be spent by Head Coach Andre Villas-Boas, with a host of targets already identified.

They include Queens Park Rangers striker Loic Remy, Ajax playmaker Christian Eriksen, Wigan Athletic winger Callum McManaman and Roma’s 23-year-old midfielder Miralem Pjanic, with new technical director Franco Baldini – formerly of Roma – central to any deal for the Bosnian.

Tottenham have already broken their transfer record this summer before the sale of Bale, paying Valencia £26m for striker Roberto Soldado. Villas-Boas has also added Paulinho and Nacer Chadli to his squad ahead of the new campaign.

If Pjanic was to remain in Italy then Spurs would up their interest in his teammate, Erik Lamela, or could turn to Paris Saint-Germain’s Javier Pastore, whose place in the French capital is under threat from the arrival of Edinson Cavani, the newspaper claims.

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