With Real Madrid making plans of signing Marco Reus as Gareth Bale’s replacement for just 25 million euros, Manchester United are ready to offer Welshman a way out. The Red Devils are offering Real Madrid whopping 50 million ponds and David de Gea to get Gareth Bale from Los Blancos.

The days of Iker Casillas, 34, are numbered at Real Madrid. Both, Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque and Real Madrid management, consider David de Gea as the heir apparent of Casillas and Los Blancos have made no secret of their plan to get the current Manchester United keeper in the summer transfer window.

Manchester United has just completed the capture of Victor Valdes and they know it very well that it is very difficult to keep David de Gea away from the lure of Real Madrid.

Manchester United are on trail of Gareth Bale since long but, as usual, they lost the transfer battle for the Welshman to Real Madrid in 2013. Now, reports coming from Spain have indicated that Real Madrid authorities are not particularly happy with the inconsistent displays of Gareth Bale this season and they are ready to sign Marco Reus as successor of the Welshman.

Manchester United have sensed this as the perfect opportunity to get Gareth Bale in the summer. To fund the huge bid which they are required to make for Gareth Bale, Manchester United have decided to offer David de Gea to Real Madrid.

Meanwhile, reports coming from England and Spain have also confirmed the plans of Manchester United to get Gareth Bale and sale David de Gea. The Sunday Mirror has claimed today that Manchester United are on the move with a complex £100million deal for the release of Real Madrid star Gareth Bale – with David de Gea heading to the Bernabeu.

Manchester United signed David de Gea from Atletico Madrid for just 20 million euros but, now they value the Spain international at 55 million euros.

Real Madrid see Marco Reus as a cheaper and better alternative to Gareth Bale and they would agree to sell the Welshman if they get good money.

Manchester United’s Ed Woodward is well aware of Real Madrid’s admiration of David de Gea and he plans to use the keeper as a bridge to get Gareth Bale by offering 50 millions plus the Spaniard to Los Blancos.