Wales winger will decide on his future next month.
Premier League champions Manchester City have now joined the ever-expanding queue to sign in-demand Tottenham Hotspur midfield player Gareth Bale at the end of the season, says the Sun.
The Wales international made a stunning return following a recent layoff with an ankle injury in the Premier League against City at White Hart Lane on Sunday afternoon, inspiring the North London outfit to a come-from-behind 3-1 victory, with Bale himself scoring his team’s third goal near the death.
However, despite that win keeping Andre Villas-Boas’ men in with a great chance of finishing this campaign in the top four of the league standings, and with it a place in next season’s lucrative UEFA Champions League, there still remains doubts as to whether or not the winger will be at the club beyond this summer.
European giants such as Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain and now City are all keeping close tabs on Bale’s situation in the capital, with the player’s current contract expiring in May 2016.
But, even if Bale does express a desire to leave Spurs at the end of the season, it is understood that any interested suitor will need to come up with £100 million in order to persuade the club’s chairman Daniel Levy to part company with his prize asset.