Gareth Bale is ready to talk about a move with Manchester United, but are not sure if they can buy him.
Real Madrid Wales’ record scorer this summer is trying to offset Pele by earning $ 600,000 a week.
Bernabeu boss Zinedine Zidane, 31, wants to go after Bale failed to pick him in the final eight games of the season.
United are keen as they struggle to sign the first-choice goal of Jordan Sancho, who is valued at $ 108 million by Borussia Dortmund.
Earlier this month Bale admitted he was willing to consider his options this summer with two years left on his contract.
But the star told friends he did not know if United was in debt or had the money to take him away permanently.
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Ole Gunner Soulscare has already brought in Tony van de Peek, but Jadan Sancho is Manchester United’s number one target.
However, they have so far failed to accept a deal with Borussia Dortmund and consider Gareth Bale as an alternative.
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The Old Trafford Club was financially strapped Corona virus Their transfer budget is yet to be finalized.
They have so far only signed Tony van de Peak from Ajax for 40 million m.
Bale was close to leaving when Chinese Super League club Jiangsu Suning liked him a year ago.
They were willing to pay $ 1 million a week to take Pele to a free transfer.
With the changing global financial outlook following COVID-19, Bale can get nowhere better deal than its current terms.
This means he can stay in Spain where his family has settled, and he is happy off the field.
Madrid are set to launch their title defense at Real Sociedad on Sunday, but Bale is unlikely to be involved.
His future is in doubt as the relocation window closes on October 5 in the UK and Spain.
Bale has recently been rehabilitating a knee injury at Real.
He returned from international duty with Wales with a small plate after starting both victories in Finland and Bulgaria.
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