Gareth Bale might make a return to the Premier League if the right offer comes in, according to his agent Jonathan Barnett.
After refuting claims previously that his client was on his move out of Madrid, Barnett conceded a sizeable financial package might now be enough to land the former Tottenham Hotspurs man.
"It certainly is possible if somebody puts their hand in their pocket and pays us what we think he deserves," he told Sky Sports. "You shouldn't ask [how much]; it's going to be a lot of money."
The Wales international played a starring role in last season's Champions League final triumph over Liverpool before suggesting in the aftermath he could leave Los Blancos due to a lack of playing time.
But the departures of coach Zinedine Zidane and star man Cristiano Ronaldo appeared to open the door for Bale to assume a key role at the Santiago Bernabeu.
However, he and the club have endured a tough year, with Zidane back at the helm and Bale dropped from the squad for last Sunday's 3-2 win over Villarreal but the coach insisted he was not sending a message by leaving the Welshman out.
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