- Gareth Bale could be on his way out of Real Madrid when this season end in May
- The 29-year-old has been issued an ultimatum to improve his game or be bundled out
- Man United and Bayern Munich are interested in signing the former Tottenham striker
Real Madrid are reportedly planning to sell Gareth Bale at the end of the season if he does not step up his game.
The 29-year-old forward has scored just eight goals and two assists in 22 La Liga appearances this campaign.
Spanish news outlet, AS, reports that Los Blancos are willing to bundle the former Spurs winger out after six years at the club.
Bale joined the Galacticos in the then world record fee of about £85.3 million in 2013, and has won four Champions League titles.
But the Santiago Bernabeu side seem to have had enough of the player who earns over £300,000 per week this summer.
Real chief, Florentino Perez is however plotting to make the player the club's biggest sale in an effort to finance the arrival of a Galactico, something promised to the new manager.
Meanwhile, Bale and his representative are yet to be informed of the decision by the club, as the agent claims his client is happy at the Spanish capital.
Jonathan Barnett said his client was happy at the club but he has since said the jeering of Bale at the Bernabéu was a disgrace.
"The fans are a disgrace," he said. "They will be speaking about him and his goals for years to come."
This might actually give Manchester United a chance to sign the 29-year-old as they have been linked with a move for him before now.
The Red Devils will however sell Paul Pogba to fund his deal this summer while Bayern Munich also interested in the forward.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Real Madrid have concluded their plans to sell rebel forward Gareth Bale at the end of the ongoing La Liga season.
Los Blancos are said to have ran out of patience with the performances of Gareth Bale this season and will let him go this summer.
This latest development is expected to be a cheering news for Premier League side Manchester United who are willing to sign the former Tottenham star.
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