Manchester United coaches Kieran McKenna and Michael Carrick were present to watch club transfer target Gareth Bale train for his national team Wales at United’s AON complex training ground on Monday.
Bale, 29, is preparing with his national team colleagues and manager Ryan Giggs for a friendly match versus Trinidad and Tobago on Wednesday evening before their Euro qualifiers start against Slovakia later on Sunday.
The Wales national team are training at the Red Devils training facilities at Carrington ahead of playing Trinidad and camping at a hotel in the City of Manchester.
Gareth Bale has been strongly connected with a return to the English Premier League this summer window and as per Don Balon, he is a major transfer target for the 20-time English champions and worth at about €120million.
United’s officials McKenna and Carrick watched the Los Blancos attacker in action during a camping exercise with Wales at the beginning of this week, before discussing with Manchester United legend and Wales boss Ryan Giggs – according to Manchester Evening News.
As per the Daily Mirror, the winger was all smiles all through the session as he enjoys a much-needed break from the stress of club commitments at the Bernabeu.
The return of French tactician Zinedine Zidane as Real Madrid boss this month has once again reignited rumour over the Welshman’s future at Real Madrid, but the Los Blancos are allegedly unwilling to accept any bids below €120m from suitors – according to Don Balon.
United surely have the financial muscle to seal a lucrative move, but ESPN claim that the club have distanced themselves from the attacker due to his price and age.