The 21-year-old has impressed Rossoneri coach Massimiliano Allegri with his excellent performances for Spurs in the Champions League this season, and La Gazzetta dello Sport reports Bale, who didn’t play for Wales in Saturday’s 2-0 loss against England, is on their list of summer transfer targets.
However, they are likely to face stiff opposition from the London club, who seem keen to hold on to the star of their run to the quarter-finals of the tournament.
Ac Milan have joined a very long queue indeed as the Serie A table toppers are the latest side to take an interest in Welsh international Gareth Bale. The 21 year old wide man has been in superb form over the past 18 months and Harry Redknapp has already made it clear he has no intentions of selling the left winger.
However if the North London side fail to secure a top four finish this season then perhaps talk of a move away from White Hart Lane will intensify and become a little bit more realistic. The likes of Luka Modric, Rafael Van der Vaart and Sandro have all been linked with moves away from Tottenham in recent months.
San Siro boss Massimiliano Allegri is also said to be targeting Ajax full back Gregory Van der Wiel and Bayern Munich man Arjen Robben whilst Andrea Pirlo is reportedly likely to leave this summer after a decade at the club.