Real Madrid is ready to cash in on Gareth Bale following his persistent injury in the Spanish Capital, the club chief has offered him to Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur in a bid to recoup the amount he was bought in the summer of 2013.
Bale has been on and off form since the beginning of last season and has seen his role threatened by the emergence of Isco and Asensio.
The Welsh international is ready to fight his way back to the starting line-up as he desperately want to avoid been dropped to the bench by Zinedine Zidane due to his lengthy injury.
And also their are concerns from the Spanish side that his love of golf which he often plays when he has time off contributes to Bale's back problems, it is reported.
Real Madrid would consider parting ways with the former Tottenham forward, who has won the Champions League, La Liga, Copa del Rey and the world Club Cup in white colours.
Manchester United remain keen on a move for Bale, while a return to former club Tottenham has also been mooted but Real Madrid want to recoup £86m they paid Spurs to sign him over four years ago.