Gareth Bale has been a revelation for Tottenham this season, in 33 Premier League games this season, he has rifled in 20 goals. He has seriously stepped his game up - but where will he be next season?
The Welsh international has been in such scintillating form this year, that he has won the PFA Player of the Year Award, the PFA Young Player of the Year Award, and the FWA Footballer of the Year. Winning all of these awards has caused some concern on where his future lies.
Here we look at the top three destinations that Bale could be playing his trade next season:
Real Madrid have been increasingly interested in Gareth Bale this season, with Modric getting involved trying to lure his former team mate to the Spanish giants.
But where would he fit into the team? Madrid already have an exquisite player on the left wing in the form of Ronaldo and they have two brilliant strikers in Karim Benzema and Gonzalo Higuain.
It would be a brilliant move for him but, if he moved there, there's a possibility he could only become a bit part player as Cesc Fabregas was at the beginning of his career at Barcelona.
Manchester United have kept relatively quiet on the front regarding summer transfers. But with Moyes at the helm of the champions, Bale is surely going to be a target for them.
Bale would slot right into the team with Rooney's increasingly certain departure from the club. Bale could fit right behind Robin van Persie and imagine that as a strike force, United could be a lethal side, it would be a good move for him too as the Premier League suits his style of play.
Tottenham Hotspur are desperate to keep hold of their star player, and they have a reason to. Bale in some circumstances has held Spurs together, in games like West Ham and the home game against Olympique Lyonnais - but if he stays at Spurs, big things would be expected for next season.
Daniel Levy has expressed his desire to build a team around Bale, which would be an exciting prospect for any Tottenham fan. Like the Manchester move, it would be a good idea to stay because he could be a Spurs legend in the making, it just takes time.
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