Real Madrid is willing to offload Gareth Bale as they put €113m price tag on him this summer.
Six seasons and four Champions League at the Bernabeu, Bale looks set to move on and a return to the Premier League is a likely destination.
According to Spanish newspaper AS, Real are confident one of England’s top guns will cough up their asking price.
Real believe the prize for the 29-year-old is a reasonable one in the present market considering the transfer fees paid for the like of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Philippe Coutinho as of late.
Nevertheless, the Spanish club do except potential suitors to bid down the transfer fee once the transfer window opens.
Another issue in offloading Bale is his wage demands – the Welshman earns nearly £26million every year after tax – and this restrains the number of clubs he could possibly move to.
Subsequently, Real would consider a swap deal AS reveals that a swap deal for Manchester United’s Paul Pogba, with Real paying a little sum on top, is also another option.
Zinedine Zidane, who has as of late returned for a second spell in charge, would love to sign the French star.
Another potential swap deal could be for Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen if Bale wants to go back to his former club.
Bale has featured in 227 times for Real, scoring 102 goals, since joining from Spurs for a then world record transfer fee of £85.3m in September 2013.
He has won four Champions Leagues, La Liga title, Copa del Rey, a Spanish Super Cup, three European Super Cups, and four FIFA Club World Cups amid his time in Spain.
But as it may be, he has likewise endured 22 different injuries and has struggled to win the support of the Bernabeu fans.