Manchester United receive boost as Real Madrid make forward available for transfer


Real Madrid will offer Spurs the chance to sign former player Gareth Bale on loan.

Real manager Zinedine Zidane wants the Manchester United midfielder as he bids to improve his squad after a hard campaign which will see them finish third in La Liga. "We'll see next week if he is".

Keylor Navas has reportedly been informed that he is surplus to requirements at Real Madrid and that he will be allowed to leave the Bernabéu this summer after five seasons at the club.

"I thought we started really well but after their disallowed goal it was a different game".

"It's very clear what I've done this weekend".

The loss left Zinedine Zidane's side in third place on 68 points with one match remaining, seven adrift of Atletico Madrid and a massive 18 points behind already-crowned champions Barcelona.

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Hazard, who has one year left on his contract, has finalised his own terms with Real but at the moment Chelsea are willing to hold out for more money. It's clear that he's fed up with having to answer questions about Gareth Bale's future.

A source told L'Equipe: 'A Neymar or an [Kylian] Mbappe can upon entry be the highest paid player in the squad, but not a Pogba'. "It's what I have to do with all the players, but it stays internal".

But after Lopetegui and then Santiago Solari were sacked, Zidane's return has put Bale's future at the club in serious doubt.

Alguacil said his side are relishing the opportunity of taking on Zidane's men after a frustrating campaign in which injuries to a number of key players have taken their toll.

Asked if Bale was focused on Real Madrid last month, Zidane said: "I don't know, you will have to ask him".