Man United boost as Real Madrid decide to sell star forward

Paola Ditto
Novembre 15, 2017

Real Madrid have reportedly chose to lower the asking price of Gareth Bale after having grown frustrated with his injury problems.

It brings the number of days Bale has missed because of injury since joining Real Madrid in September 2013 to more than 270, covering 56 games.

Bale has always maintained that he is content in Spain and, although Coleman admits he would urge the player to leave if he was ever unhappy, he believes it would not be the best idea for his career, and physical condition, to head back to England.

Another injury - this time a thigh injury - is set to rule Bale out again, potentially until the end of 2017, and reports now suggest that Real may choose to cash in on the wide man if possible. Madrid are said to be confident that this heavy drop from a huge £100m, which United were willing to pay this summer, would definitely attract major interest from European elites.

The report says Madrid will look to replace Bale with a young player, ideally Paris Saint-Germain's Kylian Mbappe.

"If I am going to be the Welsh manager for two more years or four more years, whatever it is, I would like to see him stay at Real Madrid". Okay, he's picked up a lot of injuries but generally the Premier League is much tougher than La Liga in terms of the physicality.

Regardless, Bale's strengths seem better suited to life in the Premier League and his final season at Tottenham in 2012-13 remain a thing of beauty when looking back on it.

"That's what I would like to see because where he is happy is where he plays great football". If he's happy in Madrid, fine.

"He shouldn't be somewhere where he doesn't feel happy".

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