Manchester United plot £30m bid for Ozil

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Manchester United are preparing a £30 million move for Real Madrid star Mesut Ozil, according to The Daily Star.

The German international has fallen down the pecking order at the Spanish giants and with the impending transfer of Gareth Bale to Madrid, Ozil could be set to leave the Bernabeu.

After missing out on Barcelona ace Cesc Fabregas, David Moyes has turned his attention to the German international.

And reports have also suggested that Ozil's preferred destination is Old Trafford, and with David Moyes desperate for a marquee signing, United will hope an offer of £30m will tempt Real to sell their star.

Real currently value their German star at £40m, however as they are looking to get him off their books they could settle on a lesser fee for the 24-year-old.

The Red Devils have made Uruguayan youngster Guillermo Varela their only signing of the summer to date, so will be desperate to tie up a deal for Ozil.

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