Gareth Bale
Gareth Bale after scoring Real Madrid's opening goal against Levante.[Getty]

Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale could reportedly leave the club at the end of the season if the right offer is made, according to the Mirror.

The Welshman joined the Spanish capital club for a world-record transfer fee of £85.3m ($126m) in the summer of 2013. He had an impressive debut season with the La Liga giants, winning the Copa del Rey and the Champions League.

Bale's form has taken a dip this campaign and has been constantly linked with a move away from Real, with Manchester United maintaining their interest in the former Premier League player for long.

The 25-year-old ended his goal drought during Real's 2-0 win over Levante. The second goal was also awarded to him after he deflected Cristiano Ronaldo's shot into the corner of the net.

Bale has been criticised by Real supporters and was once again at the receiving end during Carlo Ancelotti side's 4-3 Champions League defeat at the hands of Schalke at home. He would weigh the option of continuing at Santiago Bernabeu for one more season to win over the fans.

The Mirror claims the former Tottenham star was always open to the prospect of joining United and could leave his current employers, if Louis van Gaal's side make the right offer.

Bale's family commitments, which include education of his two-year daughter back home, could help the 20-time English champions lure the player to return to the Premier League this summer.

Meanwhile, the former Chelsea manager admitted that Bale was more motivated in Real's latest win over Levante and claims the return of Luka Modric from injury also helped the star forward.

The Croatian international made his first start since November and he played alongside Bale at White Hart Lane. Ancelotti believes having Modric on the field helps the Welsh international to improve his game.

"I saw Bale more motivated, like the team, today. We have all tried to do what we needed to do. I believe Modric has a positive influence [on Bale]," Ancelotti explained.

It gives him more chances to get into the game, they know each other very well, played together at Tottenham. For sure he is more comfortable with Modric."