Manchester United to offer £650,000-a-week superstar deal after losing patience over Sancho deal

Manchester United are ready to offer Gareth Bale a short-term deal after losing patience over Jadon Sancho.

Bale has been in the headlines alot over the past few weeks as indications now suggest that he will actually leave Real Madrid, with a move back to the premier League his preferred destination alongside China.

That has led to fresh reports in the media that Manchester United are ready to swoop in and offer him a potential move to Old Trafford, although his massive £600,000-a-week wages may become a problem for the club.

To this day Jadon Sancho dominates the transfer headlines for Manchester United as he is the clubs number one target, but so far they have been unable to get any sort of transfer deal done for the attacker.

And with the club unable to get a transfer deal done for their top target, reports on the SUN website have claimed that United are now ready to try and bring Bale back to the premier League.

The reports suggest United want to take the Real Madrid star on loan for a season initially but with the option to renegotiate that for a further year, but He would have to take a wage cut with United and Real may even have to pay part of it.

Real could demand an upfront transfer fee of £18.5million rather than a loan, But United are now seriously looking into all options.

Bale is a superstar and although he is not the same player he was just a few seasons ago, he is still a game-changer.

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