Real Madrid star player Gareth Bale has been linked with a move away from the Bernabeu for sometime now after emerging as a target for a handful of top clubs across England.

The Wales international has been particularly linked with Manchester United, and latest reports circulating in the media about him are simply intriguing.

Bale was seriously disturbed by injuries last season, and even now, he is out injured.

And the Daily Mirror made it known that Real Madrid are now fed up with his injuries and are ready to sell him to any club that can pay £85 million, and Man United have been alerted.

Gareth is suffering from a calf injury and has missed 8 games so far this term.

He has been able to feature in just 9 fixtures for his side and has scored 3 goals with 4 assists.

Despite splashing huge money to bring in the likes of Mkhitaryan and Lukaku, Manchester United still need a superb world-class playmaker to strengthen their attack, and Gareth is someone who can rightly do the job.

The only major challenge is that the 29-year-old’s injury record has been poor, and manager Jose Mourinho will need to assess the issue carefully.

Apart from his injury issues, the Welsh international already has a good knowledge of the premier league, having played at Tottenham Hotspur before leaving for Spain.

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  1. Buying Bale is a waste of money. How many times would he play in a season? Even in Spain where they do not play physical game compare to premier league and he play less than 20 matches. How many would he play in epl. 9,10 or 11? Please invest in young talented players. Please take a look at city and the average age. City and Pep are looking into the future. Mourinho and Ed Wood are looking at the short term. Please go for Pochetino or a coach from either Spain or Germany. Forget b ale. He is full of injury.

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