According to Sky Sports, the negotiation is considered to be improving, as Jiangsu Suning are increasingly confident they can convince Bale to join them.
Recall that the 30-year-old was advised to leave Real Madrid, though his deal still holds till the next three years, which he earns a £600,000-a-week contract.
The Chinese window closes by Wednesday, which means Jiangsu Suning will have to seal up Bale deals before that day.
Meanwhile, it is compulsory for all Chinese clubs to pay 100% transfer tax on foreign signings, which will reveal that Jiangsu Suning will purposely have to pay twice the amount to secure Real Madrid forward.
All proceeds from this transfer tax then go towards youth development in the country.