Real Madrid are prepared to pay to see Gareth Bale exit, while Manchester United have reportedly made progress in their pursuit of Jadon Sancho.
Bale has found himself on the outer in Madrid and has constantly been linked with a move despite being contracted until 2022.
The Welshman's huge salary is reportedly making it hard for the LaLiga champions to move him on, but they may be prepared to pay to see Bale exit.
TOP STORY – MADRID WILLING TO PAY HALF OF BALE'S WAGES
Real Madrid would pay half of Bale's salary to see him make a move, according to The Telegraph.
Bale has been linked with a return to the Premier League, with former club Tottenham reportedly interested.
The latest news could pave the way for Bale to finally leave Madrid after seven years at the club.
Real Madrid will pay 50 per cent of Gareth Bale’s salary to grant his wish to move away from the Bernabeu and pave the way for a return to the Premier League - @mcgrathmike exclusive https://t.co/sUOLHYTTId— Telegraph Football (@TeleFootball) September 9, 2020
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