Manchester United management has agreed to give a enough fundsa , i.e. 137 million euros, to coach Louis van Gaal to lure Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale to the Old Trafford in July.
Manchester United are going to see a huge boost in their income for next season as they are now certain to qualify for the Champions League and August of 2015 also marks the start of new 750 million pounds sponsorship deal with Adidas. Considering this additional revenue streams, Louis van Gaal has been told by the Manchester United authorities that money will be made available if Real Madrid decide to sale their star attacker.
Gareth Bale has failed to justify his hefty price tag at Real Madrid this year as his form remains inconsistent, while Santiago Bernabeu faithful also remains unsatisfied with the a selfishnessa of the winger.
The demanding fans of Real Madrid have made life difficult for Gareth Bale in the Spanish capital. But, the Los Blancos president Florentino Perez has said it on the numerous occasions that the winger will remain at the club.
However, the new twist in the transfer saga of Gareth Bale came in last month when Zinedine Zidane, coach of Castilla side of Real Madrid, said on record that Los Blancos are keeping a track of Eden Hazard.
Manchester United see this as an ideal opportunity to get their long term target. Louis van Gaal is certain to make many changes in his squad in the summer transfer window as he is going to have huge money in his hands after signing lucrative commercial deals.
Manchester United believe that Gareth Bale has a great ability to earn a good amount of revenue for them and they believe that an offer in the region of 100 million pounds would be enough to lure Real Madrid to sale their attacker.
Meanwhile, reports coming from England and Spain have also confirmed the plans of Manchester United for Gareth Bale.
The Daily Telegraph has claimed in its report that Louis van Gaal will be handed the funds to lure Gareth Bale to Manchester United this summer if the Wales winger signals an intention to leave Real Madrid.