British giant’s interest in Gareth Bale Turns out not to be empty

British giant’s interest in Gareth Bale Turns out not to be empty

Real winger Real Madrid, Gareth Bale in fact was a target of Manchester United. This news is self-confirmed by Jose Mourinho ahead of the two teams meeting in the European Super Cup.

Bale as a player from the United Kingdom was never separated from the issue to return and play in the Premier League. It has been the last few seasons left-handed Wales player who has strengthened Tottenham Hotspur it, linked with a sensational move to Manchester United.

Although last season more lying in the treatment room due to a number of severe injuries, Bale apparently still attract the Red Devils. By Mourinho, dropout Southampton academy is seen as an option that can enrich the options on the front lines. In this summer alone MU has bought a new bomber in Romelu Lukaku from Everton, while still have Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial in the squad.

After refusing to confirm the issue of his interest in Bale on a number of occasions, Mou finally confessed if that possibility exists. Ahead of digelarnya Super Cup European party, the Portuguese architects nicknamed The Special One is declared ready to monitor the situation Bale in Los Blancos. If there are signs no longer needed, then the Red Devils is ready to open the door of Old Trafford wide for him.

“If tomorrow Bale is playing then I will not recruit him. If so that means he is included in the club plan. He has ambitions to continue with Madrid, “said Mou in a press conference ahead of UEFA Super Cup party that took place in Skopje, Macedonia, it.

“I have not thought about the possibility yet. We will wait for him from the other side. If he plays tomorrow it could be a sign if he became a mainstay for next season, “lid the former manager of FC Porto and Inter Milan.

Actually not just Bale yanh hijrah moved to Manchester, but also Cristiano Ronaldo. Bale’s partner at the Santiago Bernabu has confirmed if a move to England is in his option because he never got a tax problem in the pound sterling. (Source: Daily Mail)

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