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Red Devils are prepared to break the British transfer record to lure the Welshman to Old Trafford after four Champions League titles in five seasons at Real Madrid

MANCHESTER UNITED are prepared to pay £122million to bring Gareth Bale back to the Premier League, according to reports.
Gareth Bale looks to be on the way out of Real Madrid after his match-winning goals in the Champions League final

The Welshman opened the door to potential offers following Real Madrid's Champions League win on Saturday.

Bale, 28, came off the bench to score a sensational overhead kick and a speculative long-range effort spilled by Loris Karius as Real clinched a 13th European Cup.

But after the game, Bale said he needs to be playing regular football, which has not been the case this season at the Bernabeu, and will sit down with his agent to discuss his future.
Bale joined Real Madrid from Tottenham for a world record fee in 2013

And United look to be the frontrunners in capturing the Welshman as they look to sign a winger, according to as.com.

The Old Trafford club would pay Real Madrid £122million, which would shatter the current British record of £89million United paid for Paul Pogba in 2016, and Bale would receive a net salary of £26.2million, triple what he earns at Real Madrid, it is reported.
Bale last faced Manchester United in the Super Cup last August

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