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Manchester United ready to pay £95million to get deal done for European no.11


Manchester United are ready to offer £95million to bring Gareth Bale back in the English Premier League, reported.

The Welshman kicked off his Euro 2016 campaign in style as he scored the first goal for Wales against Slovakia.

But it is unlikely the 26-year-old will accept any offers made as last month he declared that he intends to stay with the Spanish giants for 'many years'.

"I feel much more comfortable this year, it's true," Bale told Marca.

"You can notice that on the pitch.

"I feel more integrated, I have more personal relationships with my team-mates and that always gives you more happiness and that reflects on my game.

"It's true that I went through a difficult spell here but everything has changed.

"I'm enjoying myself a lot in Madrid and I hope this continues for many years."

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