The former Tottenham man could be making a return to England.
Real Madrid attacker Gareth Bale is currently unhappy at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu and Manchester United may look to pounce as a result.
Former editor of Spanish daily Marca, Eduardo Inda, claimed on football show El Chiringuito on Monday that the 25-year-old cuts a forlorn figure at Los Blancos currently.
This is because Bale feels not enough attention is being paid towards him, despite the fact he is the most expensive player of all-time at a whopping £85.3m.
During Madrid’s 8-2 La Liga thrashing of Deportivo la Coruna the Welshman scored a brace, but his achievement was forgotten about as teammates Javier Hernandez and Cristiano Ronaldo made the headlines.
Hernandez also scored two goals – his first for the club since completing a loan move from Old Trafford – whilst Ronaldo netted a hat-trick and Bale felt unappreciated.
Los Merengues head coach Carlo Ancelotti has noticed the drop in morale of the Wales international and has tried to lift his spirits, but there is every chance the forward has one eye on the interest from the Red Devils and a return to the Premier League.
As ESPN reports United are keen to secure another marquee signing with huge financial backing from recent sponsorship deals with Chevrolet and Adidas and view Bale as the ideal purchase.
The Madrid star of course knows top flight English football well having spent six years with previous club Tottenham Hotspur.