Reflecting on the same, Pochettino said, "Yes I saw in the media, but I don't know which club is working trying to sign him."
"At the moment I don't have any information from my chairman, I don't know if we are or some other club, you know, it's not my job, it's the job of my chairman that is trying to build the best squad as possible," he added.
Bayern Munich's midfielder Thiago Alcantara too added to the debate on Friday by suggesting that the four times UEFA Champions League winner would be 'welcome' at Bayern.
"If Gareth wants to come, any top player who wants to come here is welcome," said Alcantara.
Bale, who made an £85m move to Madrid from Tottenham in 2013 - a world record deal at the time, has three seasons left to run on his contract but rumours persist that he has fallen out of favour with Zidane.
After Real's manager Zinedine Zidane revealed that the Spanish giants are working on Bale's departure, speculations about his future have been increased