It has now been established that both David Moyes and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made efforts to land Wales International Gareth Bale at different times and under different circumstances but they both failed in their attempts.
The just concluded summer transfer window is a testimony to how current manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly made an unsuccessful attempt for Gareth Bale as an alternative to Jadon Sancho. The Wales International later made the choice to leave Spanish giants Real Madrid for North London club, Tottenham.
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Former Red Devils manager David Moyes has also revealed that he made an attempt to land the former Real Madrid star during his short spell at the Old Trafford. According to him, Gareth Bale was his first and major target but it was already down the line a bit with Real Madrid.
David Moyes acknowledged that Gareth Bale is a player that fits Man United and should be at the club.
All these reports are major regrets for Man United fans as they will not wish more than having Gareth Bale at the Old Trafford.
The question now is who is to blame? Who had the better chance of signing up Gareth Bale between the two managers?.