Gareth Bale joined Real Madrid for a world record fee of 85million pounds in 2013 from Tottenham.
During his four year spell at Santiago Bernabeu he has scored 70 goals in 159 matches.
He won La Liga for the first time last season, but managed to collect three Champions League winner medals, also winning the Copa del Rey in 2014.
However, he’s been suffering from injuries constantly and that has been a problem for him and the club.
Since he completed his move to Spain, he has suffered 11 periods on the sideline, spending a total of 274 days outside the field, missing 56 games.
He suffered the worst injury in November 2016, which kept him out until February of 2017.
Two days ago, Real Madrid released a statement confirming the Welshman suffered another injury, only a few days after returning to full training.
And this one might keep him out from two to six weeks.
The Mirror are reporting now that Los Blancos are open to hearing offers of 85million pounds for the former Tottenham star, putting Manchester United, Chelsea and Spurs on the move.
Despite his injury problems, Bale remains one of the best wingers in the world, and clubs would happily offer the sum wanted by Madrid. //Actuantes//