Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale could team up with Newcastle United for free in the summer as the St James outfit could be taken over by new owners who have the spending power to attract some of the best players in Europe.
Bale is linked with a move to the new look Magpies which would be under new management in the next season.
The report in Spain says the Magpies on the brink of a £300m takeover, the new owners will have the spending power to sign Bale.
Real Madrid is willing to let go of the Welsh international for free in the summer in a bid to clear him off the wage books.
It is suggested that a move to Tyneside could be on the card for the former most expensive player in the world.
Newcastle united’s incoming owners want to make a big splash to announce their arrival – and signing Bale fits the bill.
Real Madrid would entertain the idea if Newcastle United come calling for Bale, the former Tottenham Hotspur has not been impressive in the last three seasons and his deal at Bernabeu sees him as one of the top earners in the club.
Bale could be pushed out of Santiago Bernabeu if the Magpies meet his current wage valuation at Real Madrid.
The exit of the Welsh attacker will create room for the incoming players and youngsters under manager Zinedine Zidane.