Ex-Spurs boss advocates Red Devils swoop for in-demand winger.
Former England head coach Terry Venables has urged David Moyes to bring Tottenham Hotspur midfield player Gareth Bale to Old Trafford when he takes over from Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United boss at the end of the season, reports the Sun.
Ferguson announced his decision to retire from all football this summer on Wednesday, with the Everton manager then being confirmed as his replacement the following day, and Moyes is expected to commence his duties on 1 July.
The Glaswegian has already been linked with Toffees duo Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini, however, one-time Tottenham boss Venables believes that Moyes should attempt to move heaven and earth in order to lure the north London club’s wide man to United when the transfer window opens on 1 June.
Bale, 23, has a contract at White Hart Lane that runs until June 30 2016 and so the Wales international would not be cheap, however, with 20 top-flight goals in just 30 appearances to date for Andre Villas-Boas’s high-flying side, he would be worth the £50 million transfer fee.