Bale, Navas and James have been offered to French champions, PSG by Real Madrid in a bid to land Neymar.
Paris Saint-Germain have rebuffed Real Madrid's efforts to take Neymar to the Spanish capital, claims L'Equipe.
The Merengue upped the ante in their most recent bid, offering €100 million (£91m/$111m) plus no less than three players - believed to be James Rodriguez, Gareth Bale and Keylor Navas.
But PSG were unmoved, rejecting the offer, while Barcelona and Juventus remain in the hunt for the Brazilian's signature.
Goalkeeper is no longer happy to be Courtois' understudy
Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas is unhappy with his second-string role at the club and wants a transfer, claims Marca.
The Costa Rica international had initially made his peace with the decision to make Thibaut Courtois No.1, but he now appears to have changed his mind.
Madrid have already begun searching for a replacement understudy should Navas leave in the current transfer window.
Reds would be liable to cover any reduction in Chilean's salary
Manchester United could be liable for a bill worth more than £36 million should Alexis Sanchez make his move to Inter permanent, reports the Daily Mail.
The Chilean is expected to complete a 12-month loan back to Serie A in the coming days, which will include a purchase option.
Inter, however, are likely to insist on slashing Alexis' £500,000 a week wages should the deal go through, leaving United to make up the shortfall.