When talking about Gareth Bale and Liverpool, one of the things that springs to mind would be the Champions League final between Real Madrid and the Reds.
Bale has struggled for form and fitness since that game, however, and reports claim the La Liga side are keen to sell him this summer, via Spanish news outlet Marca.
A return to compete in arguably Europe’s best league would surely appeal to Bale, and Liverpool should not hesitate to bring him to Anfield.
The likes of Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester City and Arsenal could afford Gareth Bale with his wage structure but Liverpool are the side that should consider signing him.
Despite his poor season with the Los Blancos, the former Spurs forward has still managed to net 13 goals and register five assists in 34 appearances across all competitions this term.
Jurgen Klopp already has a brilliant and sharp attack at his disposal, with the trio of Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah ranked among the best in the world.
It’s hard to see Bale breaking into this front-line, but he would undoubtedly add some much needed competition to the Liverpool attack.
Rated at £63 million, the four-time Champions League winner would have three or four seasons to play at the top level if he returns to England, considering that he turns 30 in July, and Liverpool should look to take advantage of the uncertainties surrounding his future at Santiago Bernabeu by signing him in the summer.