Club hoping Man United will move to sign £283,000-a-week star

Gareth Bale Real Madrid

Manchester United are once again linked with Welsh international and Real Madrid star Gareth Bale.

According to reports going on in the Spanish media, the Los Blancos are looking to offload the former Tottenham star in the upcoming transfer window.

As per Marca, the 29-year-old playmaker will either be sold or loaned out by the European Champions in the summer.

The Spanish outlet have mentioned that Madrid are waiting for any English team to show interest and their main hope is that Man United will move to sign the former PL star, who currently earns 17 million euros annually (£283,000-a-week) at The Bernabeu. However, so far, there has been no movement.

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Bale has won all the major prizes with the Spanish giants since joining them back in 2013. However, over the years, he has been inconsistent and injury prone as well.

This season, he has so far missed 9 games in all competitions due to injury. In the previous campaigns, his record has been far worse.

Not just that, he has been out of form as well. So far, in 27 league games this season, the Welsh superstar has only netted 8 goals so far.

On his day, Bale can single-handedly win matches. He was the Man of the Match in the last season’s Champions League final against Liverpool. Still, In my view, he is past his best and United should not move to sign him.

In your opinion, should Solskjaer splash the cash to lure Bale?


  1. Bale is past his best and Ole should try to bring together a team for the future where he commands everything like what Pep Does at City. My take Man U should only spare De Gea, Shaw, Diogo, Martial nad Rashford the rest should be shown the door. Period as they are a bunch of lazy kids

  2. Please don’t even consider it. He’s overpaid and past his sell-by date. There are many cheaper, younger, better options. Please!

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