Tottenham Hotspur are desperately struggling to keep their graps on their high flying winger Gareth Bale, with Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United all seriously chasing the capture of the Welsh International.

Although Spurs have suggested that the 23-year-old was happy to stay at White Hart Lane despite the club failing to secure a Champions League spot. The club will do all they can to keep hold of their prize asset, even though it had previously been said that Bale would leave during this summers transfer window, if they failed to qualify for the Champions League.

Real Madrid are stepping up their pursuit and are prepared to offer a hefty sum in order to bring the most sought after talents in the world right now, to The Bernabeu Stadium. Former Madrid legend Zinedine Zidane has stated how important it is that his former club 'must sign Bale this season', and current midfielder Luka Modric has also stated his desire to play alongside Bale once again, the former Tottenham playmaker says that 'he would fit in perfectly in the squad'. 

Meanwhile, big spenders Paris Saint-Germain have recently expressed their interest in the player and have allegedly made Tottenham aware of their serious intentions in the player. Not short of money, PSG will be able to compete and offer Spurs a sum that will be tough to refuse.

It is pretty certain that if Bale was to leave, it would be away from the Premier League. Having said that, current Champions Manchester United are still pursueing their own pursuit of Bale and are prepared to keep up in the chase, with new Boss David Moyes apparently having money to spend during this window.

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