Man United’s wish to land Wales international Gareth Bale seems to have hit the rock as he is reportedly ready to snub a move to the Old Trafford for a return to his former team, Tottenham.
Gareth Bale left Tottenham to join Real Madrid where he achieved success in his career but he has not been good with manager Zinedine Zidane and that could force his exit from Bernabeu.
His playing time has since reduced and it is expected to continue if he remains at the club under the football legend as a move to China in the last summer failed.
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With Man United as a major suitor for Gareth Bale for the past years, Spanish publication Cuatro reports that he is more likely to return to Tottenham.
Howbeit, the weekly wage of £600,000 could be a stumbling block to his dream return to the North London club and that remains the same for Man United as most English clubs have been affected by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
It is the wish of the Red Devils to land the former Tottenham player as a replacement for Portuguese star Cristiano Rolando but that is yet to happen and it is feared it might never happen.