- Real Madrid are reportedly ready to sell Gareth Bale in January 2018
- The club are said to be frustrated with his injury woes this season
- Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is interested in signing him
Reigning Spanish and European League champions Real Madrid are reportedly considering selling star player Gareth Bale when the January 2018 transfer window opens.
Real Madrid chiefs are reported to be tired of Gareth Bale's injury woes and could sell the 28-year-old winger in January 2018.
But the Spanish champions are only willing to sell the player for a whopping sum of £86 million which is the sum he cost them when he joined from Premier League club Tottenham in 2013.
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Bale joined Madrid for a then-world record fee from Tottenham in 2013 and he has been an influential figure during his time at the Santiago Bernabeu.
He is currently struggling with a left calf problem which forced him out of Wales' crucial 2018 World Cup qualifiers with Georgia and the Republic of Ireland.
Premier League side Manchester United have now been put on alert with this latest development but it is not yet clear if the Red Devil would meet Real Madrid's asking price for Bale.
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