Tottenham Hotspur star Gareth Bale is still on Real Madrid's radar as the reigning Spanish champions are reportedly considering a summer approach to bring the Welsh international to Santiago Bernabeu, which could see Jose Callejon making a move in the other direction.
The Mirror reports the capital club are looking to offer Callejon plus cash to sign Bale at the end of the season. The Spanish winger has failed to impress for Madrid and has started just 13 games in the league this season, scoring just one goal and is now keen on making a switch to the Premier League.
The La Liga outfit are now considering offloading the 26-year-old in order to land their long term transfer target. Meanwhile, the north London club's chairman Daniel Levy has now put a £100m price tag to ward off any interest from the rival clubs to sign the 23-year-old star.
However, the situation is unlikely to stop Madrid from making an approach for Bale as the Welshman still remains a top transfer target for the Spanish giants. The winger has now admitted the injury he picked up against Basel two weeks ago needs continuous attention, which could be a concern for his side's hope of finishing the season in top four.
Should Spurs fail to qualify for the Champions League next season, it could see them lose Bale in the summer. Andre Villas-Boas' side are now fifth in the Premier League table with 61 points from 33 games, trailing fourth place Chelsea by a point and their north London rivals Arsenal by two points.
Bale on United's 20 League Title
Meanwhile, Bale has now taken on social networking site Twitter to congratulate the newly crowned Premier League champions Manchester United. Sir Alex Ferguson's side won their latest league tie 3-0 against Aston Villa at Old Trafford and the victory confirmed them to be the champions of England, with four games to spare.
"Congrats to Man United on winning the title," Bale tweeted.
Bale was also joined by United legend Edwin van der Sar as he also went on to congratulate his former teammates on their historical moment.
"Congratulations to every player, manager, coaches, staff and of course the supporters for an incredible year! #Manutd #20th," former United stopper said.