Latest News – Man Utd Believes They Can Sign Gareth Bale for £75m in January

Manchester United are reportedly prepared to exploit the confusion at Bernabeu by preparing a bid for Gareth Bale, as Rafael Benitez continues clear his desk after being fired as the Real Madrid manager.

According to The Times, the Welsh wizard is believed to be deeply let down by the dismissal of Rafael Benitez and may be considering his future at Bernabeu. The news of Rafael Benitez’s dismissal from the Spanish club comes after what is believed to be a poor performance by the club which included an awful defeat at the hands of great opponents Barcelona and suspension from a cup competition – the Copa del Rey.

In spite of these minor fails that have been termed as “poor performance”, many people are still surprised why the manager was sacked after recording 17 wins in 25 games – a win percentage of 68 percent.

Close sources also have it that Bale had a good working relationship with Rafa and would want to leave Real Madrid. In that vein, according to the Daily Mirror, Manchester United are already preparing more than £75 million to bring Gareth Bale from Bernabeu.

Although the newly appointed gaffer, Zinedine Zidane, has claimed openly that Welshman is there to stay, the Red Devils are still determined that the situation at Bernabeu is the game-changer to make them lure Bale to old Trafford.

Generally, United needs a creative spark for their squad and they believe bringing in the former Tottenham Hotspur star will be a huge boost for their side.

Bale has been linked with Red Devils every time and again and Manager Louis van Gaal has declared his desire to sign a player who will be ready to thrill the fans and boost his squad.
This reports comes after Manchester United are reportedly ready to spend huge money on attacking reinforcement, with newest rumors linking them with Everton’s Romelu Lukaku and Lokomotiv Moscow’s Oumar Niasse and Southampton’s Sadio Mane.

Oumar Niasse was recently voted the Russian Premier League player of 2015.

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