Manchester United can sign four-time Champions League winner for just £18.5m

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Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale has been linked with a move away from the club for a while now.

According to reports, the Spanish outfit are ready to cash in on the player this summer and they are willing to sell him for a knockdown price in order to get his massive wages off their books.

Manchester United have been linked with the former Tottenham player and it will be interesting to see if the Red Devils make their move in the coming weeks.

There is no doubt that the Premier League Giants need to add more pace and flair to their attack and they have been linked with a move for Jadon Sancho as well.

The 31-year-old Real Madrid winger is a world-class player on his day and he could improve Manchester United immensely if he joins the club.

Gareth Bale has fallen out of favour at Real Madrid and he needs to leave the club in order to play regular first-team football. Manchester United could provide him with that opportunity and help him regain his form and confidence.

Apparently the player will be available for 20 million euros and a club with Manchester United’s resources should be able to afford that.

It will be interesting to see if Manchester United are willing to shell out big money for Gareth Bale this summer. Even though the asking price seems nominal, the player is on massive wages at Real Madrid and he’s unlikely to take a massive pay cut in order to join Manchester United.

The Red Devils will be hoping to challenge for the Premier League title this season and bringing in someone like Gareth Bale could help them achieve their goals.

Apart from being a top-quality player, Bale is a proven matchwinner at the highest level. He could help Manchester United bridge the gap with Liverpool and Manchester City.

It will be interesting to see if the Welshman can secure his exit from Real Madrid and return to the Premier League this summer.

He played his best football in England before moving to Real Madrid and a return to his comfort zone could do wonders to his confidence and form.