Gareth Bale could leave Real Madrid to return to the Premier League at the end of the season, according to the reports from Spain
Because of his underwhelming performance and a lack of attitude, the Welshman faces an uncertain future at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
Just seven goals and two assists in 21 La Liga outings this term have seen Bale tumbling down the pecking order in favor of Lucas Vasquez and Vinicius Junior.
However, with the recent re-appointment of Zinedine Zidane, the former Tottenham Hotspur star may be given a glimmer of hope that can return to be a protagonist.
Meanwhile, the Spurs are the ones that want to see Bale on their books again, but the chairman Daniel Levy would like to take his former protégé only on loan.
The only way the Lilywhites would welcome Bale back to London is that Los Blancos accept to ship him on a season-long loan and pay a majority of his salary.
Although this scenario seems highly improbable, Florentino Perez must be aware of the fact the Wales international is approaching the fourth decade, and no one would fork out 70 million to sign an injury-prone player in his age.