Spanish Giant Real Madrid star Gareth Bale is currently on the monitor list of Manchester United as a transfer target once again.
Based on club management of Real Madrid willing to let Gareth Bale join Manchester United for as little as £18million as quoted by reports saying” The Wales international is being considered at Old Trafford amid the club’s troubles when it comes to landing Jadon Sancho. And, with his fee so low, the Red Devils may take a punt”.
Based on history it was noted that Real Madrid beat Manchester United to the signing of Bale back in the summer transfer window of 2013 by paying a huge £86million to land the Wales international service at the time.
Football analyst still believes that In the years past, the Red Devils have repeatedly tried to bring him back to the Premier League but all attempt failed
Although as the year progresses, the La Liga giants have refused to sell their top striker Bale back to United having considered him as a good asset over the years, helping the club win four Champions League titles – as well as two league crowns.
But with the event of things at Madrid now and the ways things has changed overtime , Madrid Boss Zinedine Zidane don’t see Bale as world class again and he is eager to get the former Tottenham star off the wage bill, particularly with the news that Los Blancos seeking to sign Kylian Mbappe in 2021.
Inside report are saying that Real are ready to offload the 31-year-old for as little as £18m to United if they are still interested in him.
It must be noted that Madrid feels that because of his huge salary, with Bale earning roughly £15million a year in the Spanish capital which makes him stand as a very expensive player for any team to accept.
United club management would likely not match Bale’s current wages, especially what happen in the situation and the decision to give Alexis Sanchez blockbuster wages of £370,000-a-week in January 2018 which later backfired.
Most media houses believes that the deal will only pass if the Madrid man decide to take a paycut to old Trafford..
Based on Bale recently interview admitting that he was open to a move back to the Premier League, saying: “If those options arise (interest from Premier League clubs) it is something I’d look at for sure.