Manchester United have made an offer for Tottenham Hotspur superstar Gareth Bale, according to reports.
Spanish paper Marca claims the Red Devils are going head-to-head with Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain for the Welsh winger’s signature, and have already approached Daniel Levy with a bid.
"Levy is a hard negotiator and has received more offers besides those of Real Madrid and PSG, the most significant coming from Manchester United," writes the paper this morning, according to The Daily Star.
Los Blancos have been courting the former Southampton starlet hard in recent weeks, with constant speculation that the 24-year-old will leave White Hart Lane for the Santiago Bernabeu.
But, the Star reports that PSG are also in the mix to land the player, and tabled an £85million offer for the Spurs star two-months ago.
Now, new Manchester United boss David Moyes appears to be in the mix as the Scot looks to make a marquee signing at Old Trafford after replacing Sir Alex Ferguson.
The Premier League champions failed in their efforts to bring Thiago Alcantara to the club, and have also struggle to convince Cesc Fabregas that a move from Barcelona is the right option this summer.
Landing Bale would be a major statement of intent from Manchester United, but he clearly won’t come cheap.