Manchester United have agreed a summer deal for Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale, according to reports.
The Welsh star joined Real Madrid from Tottenham Hotspur for a world record fee and is believed to be keen on return to the Premier League, despite his impressive feats in the La Liga.
Reports in Spanish outlet Diario Gol claim that Bale is angling for a return to England and have agreed personal terms with Manchester United but qualification for the Champions League cpuld be a major factor in a potential deal.
The Red Devils are currently seated outside the top four and a loss to Arsenal last Sunday, further dampened their hopes of making the Champions League football next season if they do not win the Europa League.
Jose Mourinho will hope his stars do well against Celta Vigo next Thursday, having won the first leg of the tie meaning that they have one leg in the final of the competition.
It is understood that Real Madrid are getting frustrated at Gareth Bale’s number of injuries despite being a brilliant star in their squad.
The 26-year-old struck a wonderful partnership with Cristiano Ronaldo and adorned by the Santiago Bernabeu for his impressive displays but sources around the club claim that Real president Florentino Perez is ready to sell the player to fund the club’s massive transfer plans this summer.