Although the Spanish giants have admitted that they could go as high as that amount to land Bale, however, Fabregas has said that spending 100 million pounds on the Spurs winger would be foolish as he thinks that it is improbable for any club to spend such an amount of money on any player, The Sun reports.
According to Fabregas, even though Bale is a great player, it is yet to be seen if he can perform in Madrid on the probability that he is signed.
Meawhile, the former Arsenal player is still vowing to stay at Barcelona and admitted that he has not received any offers to return to England, even though he has been linked with a move to Manchester United.
Dismissing talks of a clash of egos with teammate Lionel Messi, Fabregas said that the egos are very controlled, adding that despite winning the Ballon d'Or four times and being the best player of all time, Messi does not have the arrogance generally found during such situations. (ANI )