Gareth Bale made the headlines of the newspapers after the finals of the UEFA Champions League. He scored two goals including an amazing back volley that saw Real Madrid take the lead in the final and eventually helped the Galacticos to a third successive European trophy.

After the win, however, Bale threw a curveball when interviewed about his Real Madrid future. “I need to be playing week in, week out, it hasn’t happened this season for one reason or another. I need to sit down in the summer and discuss things with my agent and take things from there. Very disappointed not to start the game. I felt like I deserved it. The best I could do is come on and make an impact and that’s what I did.”

This has led to reports that the Welsh speedster might be on the move and multiple English clubs could look to pursue his signature. Here are 3 clubs where we feel he can move this summer.

Manchester United

If Bale were to move, of the many suitors, one could be Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United. Bale will complete the team consisting the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez, Paul Pogba and it would be a dream come true for United fans to see a team of such raw pace and power, rain in goals at Old Trafford. All this, of course, will only happen given a move is made and Bale manages to stay fit to play for the Red Devils.

Tottenham Hotspur

What could be sweeter than a homecoming for their old hero? If Bale were to return to Tottenham, it would mean Tottenham would by far have the most devastatingly dangerous attacking men up front with Christain Eriksen, Dele Alli, Harry Kane and Gareth Bale all lining up for the same team.

Chelsea

The least possible of the three destinations but Chelsea will also look to snap up the Welshman should he move.  Bale would form a part of a formidable front three alongside Hazard and Morata and it would be hard to stop the Blues romping home to several titles should the three frontmen gel together at Stamford Bridge.

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However, with no UEFA Champions League football to offer, it will be hard for Chelsea to lure him in especially since the other clubs will use that card to lure in the Welshman as well.

Diptanil used to be a columnist of The 4th Official. Knows German and not afraid to use it on you.