Manchester United are willing to break the bank for Real Madrid's Gareth Bale, as they look to cure their scoring problem, according to reports in England.
United have been interested in the Welsh Winger since he left Tottenham Hotspur for Real Madrid, while it was believed that the Red Devils launched a late bid for the player before he left for Spain.
However, according to the Sunday People, United could turn to Bale in the January as they look to solve their problems in front of goal.
It's believed that the Los Blancos winger is Louis Van Gaal's number one target and the club's transfer negotiator, Ed Woodward, is committed to getting a deal done.
However, the Mirror reports that the Red Devils will not enter in negotiations with Madrid for a trade deal involving Bale and goalkeeper, David De Gea.
Bale has struggled to replicate his form from his first season with Los Blancos and came under a lot of criticsm from the media and the Madrid faithful, for his performances.
United have been linked with Bayern Munich duo, Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski, in the past window, however Bale remains their top target, according to Sunday People.
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