Gareth Bale will consider his options if Tottenham fail to qualify for the Champions League today. The Mail on Sunday says Real Madrid, Manchester United and Manchester City are all circling the Wales winger, who this season completed his own personal treble of player-of-the-year awards.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is desperate to keep hold of Bale to give his side an opportunity of challenging towards the top of the Premier League next season.
But the 23-year-old is growing increasingly despondent at the prospect of another year without Champions League football, particularly as he will not be playing in next year's World Cup.
Madrid regard Bale as their No1 target this summer. Manchester City are keen to sign new A-list players after two failures in the Champions League, while the prospects of Bale agreeing to join United have increased with the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson - who failed to lure the player to Old Trafford when he was at Southampton - and uncertainty over the future of Wayne Rooney.