Manchester United are longtime admirers of Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale but the Red Devils are taking their time in order not to rush into an agreement with the Galacticos for his services due to his injury concerns.
The former Tottenham striker is obviously one of the best strikers you can see in the world but his injury record has left so much doubt in the mind of every potential suitor.
The 30-year-old Welshman is seen as an injury-prone striker, hence, United are unwilling to take a major risk by spending big on his signature.
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According to reports, it is said that the Old Trafford outfits will only sign Bale if he can reduce his weekly wages of £500k or he agrees with the club’s pay-as-you-play salary term.
Bale is obviously not in good terms with Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane who is reportedly looking at the prospect of offering him as a makeshift to get Paul Pogba’s services in the next summer transfer.
As much as it remains unknown if the Welshman will agree to United’s terms and conditions, can United meet Madrid’s huge price tag placed on the player?
Only time will tell as we keep our fingers crossed and monitor how events unfold regarding the player’s future.