Real Madrid have decided to listen to Zinedine Zidane. While the French coach left the club last year because they weren't prepare to overhaul the squad, this time they will back him, which will include looking to move Gareth Bale on.
Zidane has left Bale out of the squad for the last two games and want him gone in the summer. The club have offered him to Tottenham on loan, according to The Sun.
Spurs are Bale's ex-team, their coach Pochettino was a cnadidate for the Madrid job, Spurs didn't spend a penny in the market last summer and have players -- like Eriksen and Kane -- who are of interest to Los Blancos.
Meanwhile, Tottenham are Champions League finalists this year, with the final against Liverpool taking place in London.
Zidane doesn't count on Bale. Madrid are prepared to let him go back to the English club for a year in exchange for 11 million euros plus his salary (around 12 million euros net).
Other than potentially Paris Saint-Germain, there's not loads of interest in Bale, who has three years on his deal and a 500 million release clause. PSG are also following Isco and Kroos.
Despite not counting under Zidane, Bale has always manifested his desire to stay at Madrid.