Despite making four signings, Manchester United’s transfer window has not gone exactly as planned so far, but manager Louis van Gaal remains confident in his team’s future.
The 27-year-old striker has spent the last two seasons with Real Madrid since being bought by the La Liga giants for a whopping £85m.
Bale has struggled to adjust to life in Spain, and Real Madrid fans have become frustrated with him.
Despite scoring 17 goals in the 2014-15 season, Bale is considered to be a candidate to move back to the Premier League.
He had previously played with Tottenham Hotspur for six seasons, and he is now considered the most expensive footballer in the world.
Man United have a large budget that started out at £150m, but even they will be hard-pressed to pull the trigger on a £95m deal.
Real Madrid are reported to be asking for that amount if they are to sell him, which makes a potential deal for defender Sergio Ramos look tame.
They are expected to hold onto Ramos no matter what, but £95m may be impossible to resist if the Red Devils are willing to splash the cash for Bale.
There are 44 days remaining in the 2015 transfer window, and it remains to be seen whether the star striker will be part of a blockbuster transfer.