Transfer In The Next Few Days: Huge Gareth Bale To Manchester United Update

Real Madrid's Gareth Bale.

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Gareth Bale is reportedly closing in on a Real Madrid exit, with Manchester United his potential destination.

It has been a while since Gareth Bale has begun getting regularly involved in transfer talks, in the wake of Los Blancos’ lost interest in the winger.

Florentino Perez had indicated his obligations in selling the attacker owing to the never-ending injury woes concerning the talisman.

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Accordingly, as per Diario Gol, the Welsh international is free to leave the Spanish capital as early as January.

The 28-year-old has been a potential target for the Red Devils since Mourinho was appointed at the helm, and the English giants are reportedly willing to table an offer for the left-footed attacker in the hopes of securing his services.

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The Welshman has only made 13 appearances for the Galacticos this campaign, in view of the consistent injuries he keeps on picking up.

However, the talented forward has now regained fitness, and he even played a part in helping his side win the Club World Cup earlier this month. Therefore, the Spanish giants intend to offload him as early as possible, while he’s still fit for play.

Apart from the Old Trafford outfit’s long-standing interest, their arch-rivals Chelsea have also portrayed their excitement in the services of the instrumental figure recently.

The Blues might offer resistance to Mourinho, as Antonio Conte is desperately endeavouring to fortify his team’s offensive line. In fact, as per Spanish reports, both English clubs are willing to pay a massive fee to acquire Bale’s signature.

Regardless, the winger has his contract extending up to 2022 at Santiago Bernabeu, but Real wish to part ways with their record signing soon, and retrieve a majority of the £86m they paid to Spurs for bringing him to Madrid.

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Written by Hritwik NE 

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