Bernabeu side plan Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge raids.
Real Madrid are ready to consider offers for Gareth Bale and have seemingly already drawn up a plan on how to invest the £100m they will look to accrue from the Welshman’s sale according to the Daily Express.
Man United are ready to make the offer necessary to land the 25 year old though Real Madrid will demand keeper David de Gea as part of the deal and will then look to invest the cash from the sale to the Old Trafford outfit in Chelsea attacker Eden Hazard.
The Spanish giants see Belgian Hazard as a direct replacement for Bale though such a move seems a tough one as the 23 year old is reportedly closing in on a brand new Blues contract.
Carlo Ancelotti must surely be very pleased with Bale’s efforts over the past 18 months and selling the Tottenham man would certainly be a major surprise but if such a deal were to take place then Hazard may well be the ideal man to fill his spot though perhaps James Rodriguez was brought in to do the job?
Bale netted 22 goals in his debut season and has been a key performer during the side’s astonishing 22 match winning streak this term.
One imagines Mourinho will fight tooth and nail to keep hold of Hazard, especially when his former Real Madrid employers come calling.