Manchester United have been in talks with Real Madrid over the possibility of signing star player Gareth Bale but they haven’t gotten any positive response from the Galacticos.
At a point, reports said that the Spanish giants will only let go of the Welshman if United will release Paul Pogba in return.
Meanwhile, Sky Sports are now reporting that United’s dream of bringing the 30-year-old striker back to Premier League has been dashed as Madrid are willing to strike a deal with Manchester City.
According to the British media, Zinedine Zidane is impressed with Raheem Sterling’s growth and display at the Etihad Stadium and he is willing to have him at Santiago Bernabeu.
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They said that the Spanish giants are ready to offer Bale as a makeshift for the England international in January.
In the report, Madrid will offer Bale and a sum of £70m to Manchester City in order to convince the Cityzens into selling one of their best players in January.
Sterling is enjoying the best moment of his career under Pep Guardiola and it is unlikely to see him part ways with the manager anytime soon.
As for Bale, returning to Premier League sounds great but it remains to be seen if he can cope with the physical nature of the League considering his past injury records.