bwin have slashed the odds on Gareth Bale signing for Paris Saint-Germain, making them third favourites behind Real Madrid and Manchester United, after reports suggested that the French champions want to swoop for the Tottenham Hotspur star – as well as his manager Andre Villas-Boas.
Bale’s future is becoming one of the transfer sagas of the summer, with the PFA Player of the Year linked with a move away from White Hart Lane following Tottenham’s failure to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
Real Madrid have made no secret of their interest, with club president Florentino Perez and sporting director Zinedine Zidane publicly expressing their admiration for the Wales international.
At the same time, Manchester United’s long-standing admiration for Bale has led to fervent speculation the Old Trafford club are about to make a bid for the forward, who hit 31 goals for club and country last term.
But reports over the last couple of days have said that PSG, who are about to lose manager Carlo Ancelotti to Real Madrid, want to bring Spurs boss Villas-Boas to the Parc des Princes – and sign Bale to sweeten the deal.
Whether or not AVB moves to the French capital, PSG’s Qatari owners are supposedly determined to bring Bale to Ligue 1 and are readying a world-record £85 million bid, which has made bwin slash the odds on the former Southampton man turning out for the French champions next season from 33/1 to 7/1.
Madrid are still the favourites to be Bale’s next club this summer at 17/10, with Manchester United priced up at 6/1.
Manchester City are 16/1 to convince him to move to the Etihad, while it is 18/1 and bigger for all other clubs.
bwin offers 17/10 that Bale remains a Tottenham player beyond the end of current transfer window.