It is no longer a news that both chelsea and United were once interested in signing Wales international Gareth Bale from the Bernabeu last summer.
All efforts made by these two Premier League rivals were flushed down the sewer by Real Madrid when they discovered the star hit form shortly after returning from injuries.
The story of the 28-year-old after moving to Spain from Tottenham in 2014 has been from one injury to another. The last stroke that brokes Madrid back was the recent happening where the star picked up another a thigh injury while attempting to return from a calf injury.
Following this development, Real Madrid are now open to the offers for their £85 million star creating room for Chelsea, United and Spur to negotiate.
Remember United were about to sign the Wale international back in August but Madrid told them they will only open negotiation if United was willing to swap the star with De Gea.
United may be favorite in signing the star if they are still willing to put their number one goal keeper De Gea on the line.
Chelsea on the other hand has been monitoring Bale right from when he was in Tottenham but were denied the offer to sign him.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is also another admirer of the star and is ready to open his arms to welcome the player back home.
Bale has won three UEFA Champions League title, one La Liga and on Copa Del Rey in a short time of 4 years.