Real Madrid Star Wants 28-year-old Man Utd Target to Improve or He Must Leave

According to reports from the Diario Gol, Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos wants Gareth Bale to be offloaded.

Manchester United have been incessantly linked with Gareth Bale for a number of years now and this summer has proven to be no different, with the Welshman consistently touted to join the Red Devils.

It did look like United would not be able to sign Bale though after manager Jose Mourinho admitted defeat in the chase for the 28-year-old after his side’s UEFA Super Cup clash against Real Madrid earlier this month but now the pursuit seems to be back on.

Bale was roundly booed by the Santiago Bernabeu faithful during Real Madrid’s 2-2 draw against Valencia during the weekend and this has led to widespread speculation that the ex-Tottenham man could consider leaving the club during the final days of the summer transfer window due to the lack of respect.

As a result, United have been reported to make a £93million move for Bale in the final two days of the window and the Premier League side have seemingly been handed a huge boost in their hopes of completing the deal.

According to the Daily Star, Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos wants his side to offload Bale as he thinks that Zinedine Zidane is trying too hard to accommodate the 28-year-old forward and considering he is such a senior figure at the club, the board could well listen to their captain.

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