The Wales international remains a Tottenham Hotspur player, but it appears that the Spanish giants are confident of clinching a reported world-record £86m transfer.
Last week, images emerged of Bale shirts being sold in Gibraltar, but a photo posted on Twitter has revealed that stores in the capital are now displaying Bale's new kit.
The first Gareth Bale no 11 Real Madrid shirt on sale in a Madrid football store. Still no official confirmation. pic.twitter.com/N0kKjFLUbU— Ashleigh Crowter (@ashleighcrowter) August 27, 2013
Reports have emerged today claiming that Bale has no intention of ever returning to White Hart Lane.