Real Madrid has put a number of Premier League clubs on alert by placing a £85million price tag on Gareth Bale as the Spanish club grow increasingly irritated with his injury record.
The Welsh star was dealt another blow this week when he suffered a groin strain in training on Thursday, which looks set to rule him out for the rest of the yearning.
Indicated by The Mirror, Real Madrid President are starting to become sick of Bale’s absence and have displayed a willingness to do business which has prompted Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea to consider a move.
Bale had only returned to first-team training last week after recovering from a calf injury he sustained during Real Madrid’s 3-1 Champions League victory over Borussia Dortmund.
But his injury woes have exacerbated and he now faces spending whatever is left of the year on the sidelines in the wake of tearing his adductor muscle during the training.
His latest setback means he could miss some key fixtures including El Clasico against Barcelona on December 23. England calling looks to be the earmarks of being the most reasonable alternative for Bale with three of the Premier League’s top six eager to claim his sign him.
Two previous attempts to sign Bale by Manchester United have been unsuccessful but the presence of David de Gea, a Real Madrid target, could make negotiations between the two clubs run smoother. Additionally in the past Chelsea had bid for him while Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino willing to get Bale return to his previous club. the idea of reuniting Bale in his former club.