Manchester United fans and board have received a huge boost and especially Manchester United fans who some of them went crazy on the social media and especially Twitter, as BBC announced that Manchester United are close to agreeing on their first signing.
According to BBC’s trustworthy reporter, David Ornstein, Manchester United are getting so much closer to sign the Walish superstar, Gareth Bale, from Real Madrid after the player and his agent are set to meet in the coming few days with the European champions in order to discuss his future or possible transfer away from the Santiago Bernabeu, to Manchester United.
David Ornstein officially confirmed that the player will be discussing his future with Real Madrid alongside with his representative, Jonathan Barnett, where the Walish player isn’t happy at his current situation with Real Madrid due to the lack of playing time.
According to the BBC’s reporter, the Welshman isn’t happy due to his limited starting chances at the club where many times he was benched for the Spanish forwards, Isco and Asensio, where the player isn’t happy at all, and he expressed his frustration and that he wants to play week in and week out and not just coming off the bench.
Gareth Bale was one of Real Madrid’s significant players in the UEFA Champions League final against the Premier League side, Liverpool FC, where the Spanish club where able to win 3-1 against the English club, thanks to the brace, two goals, by Gareth Bale where one of them may be nominated as the best goal in the Champions League for this season.
Gareth Bale’s contract expires in four years, and he may be seeking an exit to the Premier League where there is a strong interest from Manchester United to sign the Welshman especially after Gareth Bale and Jose Mourinho expressed their interest to work together earlier last season.
Here is the tweet from David Ornstein about Gareth Bale’s future
Gareth Bale’s representative Jonathan Barnett is set to meet with #RealMadrid for talks to determine the Welshman’s future at the club following a season of limited starting opportunities that culminated in his man-of-the-match performance in #UCLFinal – under contract until 2022
— David Ornstein (@bbcsport_david) May 28, 2018