Manchester United have a record to get linked with world’s most expensive player Gareth Bale in every transfer window and this window is no different.
Gareth Bale did not have the best season at Santiago Bernabeu last year and the fans also did not back the player as they kept on booing him. Now that, Manchester United will get a huge amount of money by selling their Argentine winger Angel Di Maria to PSG, they could be back in pursuit for the Welsh wizard again.
Manchester United are on a spending spree for the last two transfer windows and van Gaal reported wants the Welsh star to form his own “Galactico” at Old Trafford.
The club’s new kit sponsors Adidas are pumping in a staggering £750 million over the next 10 years and they are also pushing for Wales international Bale to join Red Devils.
The former Tottenham star is one of the company’s A listers and they believe that Bale at United is the perfect fit in terms of company’s marketing.
Real Madrid signed Bale two seasons ago for a world record transfer fee of £86 million and won’t let the star go for any lesser fee.
Louis van Gaal is prepared to smash the world record fee to snatch for the former PFA Player of the Year as believes that he could help them win the Premier League.
United will push for Bale right up until the transfer window closes hoping that the Spaniards will relent, especially if the Bernabeu fans once again turn on him. Also in the knowledge they are desperate to sign keeper David de Gea.
Van Gaal believes that his team still misses a big part of the jig-saw who could make them clinch the title and Bale is the identified target as that player as it seems.
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