Real Madrid are reportedly ready to offer Gareth Bale a new deal in a bid to prevent him from leaving the club this summer.
Los Blancos will hold talks with the unsettled Welshman over the next fortnight and, according to the Daily Mail, will propose a contract extension to ward off interest from rival clubs.
Manchester United have been tipped as a possible destination for Bale this summer, with the winger believed to be frustrated about Real's rotation system under Zinedine Zidane last season.
The 28-year-old's representatives are said to be seeking assurances that Bale, who came off the bench and scored twice in Real's 3-1 win over Liverpool in the Champions League final, will be a regular starter for the club next season.
The latest report suggests that Zidane's shock departure from the Spanish giants has paved the way for Real to offer Bale a new deal.