Comolli expects to see Ligue 1 leaders come calling for Welshman.
Former Tottenham director of football Damien Comolli has warned Spurs to brace themselves for a bid from PSG for Gareth Bale this summer.
Bale has scored 11 goals in his last ten games for club and country and the in-form Welshman has been linked with European giants Bayern Munich and Real Madrid in recent weeks.
Comolli, 41, brought Bale to White Hart Lane from Southampton in 2007 and believes that mega-rich Ligue 1 leaders PSG will also be interested in the 23-year-old.
“When you leave Tottenham and you are a player like Bale, there are only three or four clubs you can go to. If PSG know the player is on the market – and there is a possibility – it wouldn’t surprise me if they did everything in their power to get him,” Comolli is quoted as saying by IB Times.
Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas has made it clear that the club do not want to sell Bale but PSG have an unrivalled spending power in world football which has seen them land Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Lucas Moura and David Beckham in the past year.
Even so, Real Madrid remain favourites for the Wales international’s signature, with the winger said favour a move to La Liga when he eventually leaves north London.
Los Blancos signed a strategic partnership with Tottenham in the summer, following Luka Modric’s £33m switch from White Hart Lane to the Santiago Bernabeu, and the Croatian has be mooted as a possible makeweight in any deal for Bale.