Which way from here, Bale?

Jiangsu Suning are ready to put everything into persuading Gareth Bale to move to China this summer.

Zinedine Zidane admitted that Real Madrid are looking to sell the forward after leaving him out of the squad to face Bayern Munich on Saturday night.

Bale currently earns 17 million euros a year after tax at Los Blancos and, with Jiangsu backed by the extremely wealthy Suning business that also owns 70 percent of Inter, he would be able to earn a similar amount in Asia.

Jiangsu currently boast the likes of Eder and Alex Teixeira in their ranks, but wouldn’t be the only Chinese club interested in signing Bale.

Shanghai Shenhua, who recently appointed Quique Sanchez Flores as coach, would be able to offer Bale a salary higher than the one he currently receives at Real Madrid.

However, a move to China isn’t the only option for Bale. As per Marca, Tottenham are interested in the Welshman and are ready to pay between 50m and 60m euros to bring back their former player.