Club hope Man United will submit offer to sign Bale – Report

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As per recent reports going on in the media, Gareth Bale is once again linked with a move to Manchester United and Real Madrid hope that the Old Trafford club will submit an offer to sign him.

The Welsh international was mainly a bench warmer at the Bernabeu in the last campaign and has made it clear that he wants to leave the club.

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According to a report covered by Marca, the Red Devils are interested in luring the former Tottenham Hotspur star and the Spanish club are hoping that the interest from the English side will soon translate into an offer.

The renowned news source have mentioned that so far no offer has been received for Bale but his relations with manager Zinedine Zidane are so bad that there is no option but to find an agreement for the 31-year-old’s exit.

In the last season, the Los Blancos star featured in 20 games in all competitions, scored 3 goals and provided 2 assists under the French boss, who mostly opted to keep the attacker out of the starting XI.

In the last seven La Liga fixtures, the 83-capped international did not even feature for a single minute. Also, due to various injury concerns last term, Bale missed 13 games in all competitions.

We do know all about the positives. He has won every major trophy with Real Madrid including four European Cups and before that he proved his worth in the Premier League with Spurs.

As per Mundo Deportivo, the Spanish giants know they will not be able to recover the 100 million euros that they paid to lure the attacker from the north London club 7 years ago.

MD state that the 13-time European Champions are more concerned about the 15 million euros (£288,000-a-week) that the player earns annually and in the current circumstances, they would allow him to leave for just 25 million euros (£22.4million).

In your opinion, should Man United splash £22.4million to bring Gareth Bale to Old Trafford?

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