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Gareth Bale on Manchester City’s radar


 Manchester City look far from done to splash the cash this summer with plenty of superstars on their radar here are some of the latest gossips concerning the blues of Manchester.

“Manchester City are reportedly ready to challenge Manchester United and Chelsea to signing Gareth Bale” claim the Sunday Express.

“Real Madrid are willing to do business over the Wales superstar in order to fund a move for Kylian Mbappe.

“Monaco’s teenage sensation is a top target at the Bernabeu, and Bale could be axed as a result. 

“The 28-year-old has long been targeted by United, and Jose Mourinho wants to bring him to Old Trafford, although prefers to do so next summer.

“Express Sport understands, though, that Chelsea are also tracking Bale’s situation.


“And Antonio Conte has the funds to buy the ex-Tottenham winger, with Chelsea emerging as serious contenders.

“City’s top target to strengthen their attack further has been Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez.

“However, Arsene Wenger has maintained the Gunners will not sell, especially to a direct rival, despite his contract running down.

“With less than a month to go in the summer transfer window, Don Balon claim Pep Guardiola has now joined the race for Bale. 

“It is said the City boss would prefer the Madrid ace to Sanchez, with a deal to sign the latter proving complicated.

“While Manchester United have pushed the hardest so far for Bale, City have entered the fight.

“Don Balon add United and City are ready to reach the £90m mark for Bale.

“And that is a figure which Chelsea could afford too as Conte eyes a further four additions to his squad.

“Madrid are apparently in a rush to sell so they can close the arrival of Mbappe with the new season fast approaching. 

“In the meantime, Gareth Bale could well feature for Madrid when they face United on Tuesday in the UEFA Super Cup.

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