According to widespread media reports, 20-time English champions Manchester United have allegedly been handed a key boost as regards their interest in the signature of attacker Gareth Bale from La Liga giants Real Madrid.
The future of the Wales international playmaker at the Santiago Bernabeu seems in doubt after another rather poor campaign, with the Red Devils recently believed to be among the teams leading the race to complete his signing, as per Don Balon.
Top clubs like Merseyside giants Liverpool and London club Chelsea have also been connected as huge admirers of Gareth Bale, who shone in England in a former spell with North London club Tottenham.
As it stands, there’s every possibility that we could see the 29-year-old winger play in the Premier League once again, according to latest report from Don Balon, the former Spurs attacker has an asking price at about €120million.
The President of Real Madrid Florentino Perez looks to have made a decision on that as his demands for Gareth Bale for the coming summer, clearing the Red Devils and other interested top sides to make a move.
With Manchester United in need of a key replacement for Chile international forward Alexis Sanchez after his consistent struggles at the Manchester side, the Real Madrid star makes sense as the kind of wide man who could ultimately excel in that position, particularly under interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Supporters of British most successful club – Manchester United will now hope their darling team cough out the asking price for this under-appreciated player who certainly still has a lot to offer a top English Premier League side.