Real Madrid are reportedly increasingly hopeful that they will be able to sell Gareth Bale during the summer transfer window.
The Spanish giants are currently allowing the Wales international to represent Tottenham Hotspur, who were prepared to pay a significant portion of his wages.
However, with a year still remaining on his contract, Los Blancos officials are eager to generate a transfer fee for the forward later in 2021.
According to the Daily Mail, Real hope that Bale's recent resurgence for Spurs will help them bring in extra income for the 31-year-old.
Bale has recorded six goals and three assists from his last six appearances in all competitions, a remarkable return given his opening six months back in North London.
The report suggests that Bale is open to extending his stay at Spurs if a resolution can be reached between the two clubs.