Real Madrid 'have decided to sell Gareth Bale this summer and will demand £113million for the Welshman'.
After six seasons and four Champions League successes at the Bernabeu, Bale looks set to move on and a return to the Premier League looks the most likely outcome.
And, according to Spanish newspaper AS, Real are confident one of England's big hitters will stump up their asking price.
Real believe the price for the 29-year-old is a fair one in the current market taking into account the transfer fees paid for the likes of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Philippe Coutinho in recent years.
However, the Spanish club do expect potential suitors to try and haggle the price down once the transfer window opens.
Another issue in offloading Bale is his salary demands - the Welshman earns almost £26million a year before tax - and this limits the number of clubs he could potentially move to.