Manchester United still have a good chance of landing Gareth Bale, according to Sunday Times reporter Duncan Castles.
The Wales international has been regularly linked with a move to United since he came off the bench to score a match-winning brace against Liverpool in the Champions League final.
As a matter of fact, Bale transfer listed himself by stating he was unhappy with the game time he was receiving under Zinedine Zidane, immediately after the final.
The 28-year-old has been touted as a potential target for United since Jose Mourinho arrived at Old Trafford in 2016. He would add more than firepower to the Reds’ attack… Bale is a footballer that can make special moments happen on the biggest stage, as seen in Kiev back in May.
He has won four Champions League titles, the La Liga and the Copa del Rey during his time at Real Madrid, who he left Tottenham for in 2013 for a deal believed to be worth £85.3 million.
Castles, a well-trusted journalist, believes United have a strong chance of landing Bale in a mega-money deal this summer.
“Bale is a strong possibility because of the situation at Madrid. They have to wait and see what Bale’s ultimate decision will be,” Castles told the Transfer Window podcast.