The Spanish giants prioritized the signing of Luka Modric this season from Tottenham and succeeded in signing the Croatian for £30 million.
After winning over Modric, Madrid will now try their best to add this midfield magic to their team who might make this already strong side even more stronger.
Bale had signed a new contract earlier this year and had become the highest paid player at The White Hart Lane earning upto £5 million a year.
Madrid will have to switch Cristiano Ronaldo to the right to accommodate Gareth Bale at the left, if they succeed in signing him.
Bale had referred to Madrid as one of the biggest clubs when Tottenham had played against them in the Champions League.
“I grew up watching and admiring Zidane, Figo, Ronaldo… it’s true the club has something special about it,” said Bale. “We are talking about the greatest club in the world. It’s got the history, the character, the glamour.”
Our sources believe that Bale would be available for around £50 million. However, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is a typical businessman and will only sell Bale if Madrid agrees on his terms.
The future of the 23-year old Wales international will only be decided once the transfer period begins.