Tottenham star Gareth Bale has been the subject of plenty of transfer rumours in the last few seasons.
The Welsh star has put in some great performances for the London side during that time and has continued his great form this season.
According to the official club website, Bale has 21 goals and 10 assists for Tottenham so far in 2012-13.
Bale has been in a rich vein of form lately and added to his tally with a goal in Tottenham's victory over Arsenal on Sunday.
Here's the latest transfer gossip on Spurs' red-hot winger.
According to the Daily Mirror Gareth Bale may be persuaded to stay in London one more year:
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy believes he can persuade the Welsh international to stay if the club qualify for the Champions League and will offer an improved contract as an extra incentive.
And his plea for Bale to remain at White Hart Lane will be helped further by the fact that those closest to the 23-year-old star are also encouraging him to stay.
Sources close to Bale believe those strong family ties mean he remains open to the prospect of staying at Spurs, if they finish in the top four.
Tottenham is currently in a great position to get a top-four spot this season.
If the statements in the article ring true, then entrance into the Champions League next season could see them retain their top star for at least one more season.
The Spanish side has long been touted as a possible destination for the Welsh star, and this summer may see the saga come to an end.
If Tottenham qualify for the Champions League next season, Bale could be persuaded to stay despite Madrid's interest.
Bayern Munich have been linked to a number of top players since the announcement that Pep Guardiola would take charge of the club in the summer.
The Daily Mail's Sami Mokbel reports that Tottenham could receive a £50 million bid from the German club for their star man.
Bayern already have world-class wingers Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery in the side as well as the talented Xherdan Shaqiri.
Paris Saint-Germain is another club linked(via the Daily Mirror) with a move for Gareth Bale.
The French side has the finances to challenge the likes of Real Madrid and tempt Tottenham.
Despite their financial strength, PSG are the outsiders to sign Bale.
City are in need of a natural wide player in their squad, and Gareth Bale would be a quality option to provide that width.
Spurs are unlikely allow the player to go to a Premier League side, though, especially with the amount of interest coming from abroad.