Man United offer a whopping wage amount to Real Madrid star
Desperation at Old Trafford reached new heights with reports of Manchester United going all in to land Real Madrid superstar in the January transfer window.
Louis van Gaal’s side have just not been able to find any kind of consistency this season and have been wasteful in front of goal. They lack genuine goal scorers who can take a game by the scruff of its neck and they are badly in search of such a player this transfer window.
With not too many days left before the window closes, United are reportedly preparing a bid for long-term target Gareth Bale to bring his back to the EPL this January.
Manchester United have been chasing the Welshman for the past two transfer windows and with the need to improve the squad significantly in the midst of all the injuries, it is reported that they are making a move for the ex-Tottenham winger.
According to Don Balon, United have made a new move for the player and Bale is keeping Madrid updated about the developments.
Gareth Bale will be a big name signing if pulled off and can easily be the undisputed super star at Old Trafford. He is reportedly being offered insane amounts in weekly wages to tempt him to a move away from Spain.
However, it is understood that the 26 year old wants to remain in Spain and has no intentions to return to England.
It was also reported that Bale will try and use this interest from United as leverage for a new contract at the Bernabeau.
Under Zidane, the new manager, Bale has looked at his best and will surely be a huge part of the manager’s plans for seasons to come. It will not be easy for United to lure him to England atleast this January.
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