Real Madrid have reportedly slapped a final price tag on their out-of-favour winger Gareth Bale as they prepare to welcome a fresh bunch of talent this summer.
Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has lost faith on the Welshman as he has continuously suffered from muscular injuries during the past two seasons. Endless injuries have restricted Bale from being a regular in the first team setup and the Los Blancos seem ready to offload him in the summer transfer window.
According to a report in the Express, Real Madrid want a transfer fee in the region of £80million and they are willing to let him move to the Premier League amidst strong interest from a number of Premier League sides.
Manchester United have been the frontrunners in wanting Gareth Bale for quite some time now and Jose Mourinho still wants the winger at Old Trafford during the next campaign.
Chelsea too are interested in Bale as their own playmaker Eden Hazard could very well move to Real Madrid. A few reports have implied that Roman Abramovich might try and bring Gareth Bale to Stamford Bridge in a swap deal for Eden Hazard.
Bale moved to Real Madrid from Tottenham Hotspur five years ago and his former club are also listed in the probable destinations for the winger next season. Some reports have claimed that Bale wants to go back to his old club but this new price tag set by the La Liga outfit is sure to put off the Lilywhites.
Spurs are known as a team who not splurge unnecessary cash in the transfer market and Daniel Levy will think twice before he sanctions a £80 million transfer for a player who hasn’t been at the top of his game for more than 18 months.