Daily Mail London - It was reported this week that Adele is planning to release her long-awaited third album in November. But while fans will be gifted with new music from the talented songstress, the star has turned down a huge £80 million offer to tour the follow-up to her hit records 19 and 21.

Simon Boyle in the Sunday People writes that despite huge demand for a world tour, the 27-year-old singer wants to continue her quiet family life with Simon Konecki and their two-year-old son Angelo. The report claims that a string of promoters are desperate to sign Adele up to either a global stadium tour or a lucrative Las Vegas residency, following in the footsteps of Elton John and Britney Spears.

With the news that she’s planning to drop her new album in November after a four-year hiatus, many in the industry expected the Grammy-winner to tour the record, but a source has told the Sunday People:

‘There are no concrete plans for a tour. In fact, people at the label admit they are clueless about whether Adele will tour at all. It’s understood she is not keen to travel with Angelo as she adores quiet family life.’

Adele’s other concern is thought to be her health, with the singer keen to preserve her voice after undergoing a career-saving throat operation in 2011 following a vocal cord hemorrhage.

‘Specialists have warned repeated straining of her vocal cords could lead to a relapse,’ claims the insider, with the strain of a world tour, performing in huge venues, thought to be too much of an ask.

Ahead of her surgery in 2011 the Someone Like You singer was forced to cancel shows on her Adele Live tour, and take an extended rest period, before she made her live comeback at the 2012 Grammys in February. Since then the star has only performed live one other time, singing her hit Bond theme Skyfall at the 2013 Oscars.