La Liga giants, Real Madrid allegedly stay hopeful that Manchester United will make a bid for Walse internaitonal forward, Gareth Bale before the end of the current transfer window.
While the former Spurs forwad has two years left on his current deal, both the player and the team will likely look to reach a compromise over financial terms over the upcoming transfer window.
If Gareth Bale is unprepared to scrap the final 12 months of his deal to earn a free transfer, the Los Blancos are likely to demand a fee around £18m for his services.
According to reports in Spain, no teams have put together an official proposal for the Welsh forward, who has made just two appearances for Los Blancos since February.
However, the Spanish champions are believed to be confident that the Red Devils will eventually make an offer for the former Tottenham Hotspur attacker.
The Red Devils will only move for Bale if they opt against meeting the £108m valuation of Borussia Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have identified Douglas Costa as another alternative to Jadon Sancho, Serie A champions, are believed to ready and sell 29-year-old attacker ahead of the next season.