With just nine fixtures left until the end of the current Premier League season, some team’s are already focusing their attention towards the summer transfer window.
The Premier League season is not even over yet, and the trending news is that Gareth Bale could be leaving Real Madrid in summer, with Tottenham being mooted as a potential destination, according to a report from the Mirror.
The Welshman seems to be in his final stint in Spain this season, as he continues to struggle at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The former Tottenham star already seems to have host of clubs interested in signing him and a return to England is possible, although his wage demands may prove to be too rich for Spurs’ blood.
The 29-year-old has recently recovered from his injury setback, and he now has the opportunity to prove his worth to all of his potential suitors between now and the end of the season.
Whilst the transfer window does not open again until the summer, some of Europe’s top clubs will surely be keeping a close eye on the Wales international, and here are three clubs who could attempt to prise him away from the Spanish capital at the end of the season…
The past two transfer windows have been quiet for Spurs, but things could change this summer. The north London club could do with reuniting with their former superstar as they move to their new stadium.
The signing of Bale would command an hefty fee, however, and it remains to be seen whether Daniel Levy would sanction such an extortionate outlay on one player.
Bayern could do with a new versatile playmaker in the summer and Bale appears to be the right choice for the Bundesliga side.
Their current squad appears to be in need of massive upgrade with a massive upgrade required in the wide attacking department.
Once the window opens, Manchester United will surely be one of the teams submitting interest for Bale, should he become available, especially with the Red Devils in need of a top class winger.
Alexis Sanchez has been a flop since his switch from Arsenal to Man United, and this summer could see them searching for a replacement for the Chilean.
Bale has all the pace and power to compete in the Premier League and he could be the perfect addition to the Manchester United squad.