Real Madrid lodge £90 bids for Bale and Aguero
April 09, 2013
Madrid chiefs are looking into the possibility of signing Bale after Gonzalo Higuain yesterday fuelled further speculation linking him with a move away from the club.
The Spanish giants are also interested in bringing former Atletico Madrid ace Aguero back to Spain - and they could offer up to £40million for the Manchester City frontman.
Spanish website fichajes.com claim that Higuain and Karim Benzema could both be on their way out and that president Florentino Perez is keen to find some big-name replacements.
They add that Bale, 23, would set Madrid back €60m (£51.2m) while Aguero would be a "more affordable" €45m (£38.4m).
The Wales international has been in incredible form this season, bagging a remarkable 22 goals, 17 of which have come in the Premier League.
Bale signed for Spurs in 2007 after learning his trade at Southampton.
Aguero, 24, arrived at Manchester City for £38m in July 20011 and netted the goal that won the club the Premier League title last year.