Bale signed a new six-year contract with Real last October but speculation was sparked by coach Zinedine Zidane's comments after this week's pre-season defeat to Manchester City in Los Angeles.
Real Madrid remain in pursuit of Monaco's Kylian Mbappe with a £160m deal for the France worldwide edging ever closer to completion, and said deal would see Bale move down the pecking order at the Bernabeu. If Bale was to become available, he would certainly represent a welcome addition to United's attacking ranks.
Gareth Bale joined Real Madrid in 2013 from Tottenham Hotspurs in a world record fee at that time and has helped the club win laurels including three UEFA Champions League titles.
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The former-world cup victor was also asked about his interest in Monaco teenage sensation, to which he replied, "I'm the coach, you need to speak with someone else about whether or not it is worth it", said Zidane.
"I'm not happy with the loss, we didn't play badly". "Nothing has happened till now, we have the squad we have".
The Manchester giants beat Madrid on penalties in a friendly over the weekend and footage emerged of Mourinho greeting Bale in the tunnel where he jokingly said "I can't buy you because you don't talk to me". "I want the "BBC" to stay put, it's the same for all of the players who are here".