Premier League giants Manchester United have reportedly tabled a $100 million bid for Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale ahead of tomorrow’s transfer deadline day. Bale was in the Real Madrid line-up which surprisingly ended the match with a 2-2 draw against Valencia. Welshman once again struggled to rediscover his form. Now Spanish outlet Don Balon is claiming that this might actually become his last outing for the Los Blancos.

The former Tottenham Hotspur attacker has often faced the heat from a large portion of Real Madrid fans who think he hasn’t been up to the mark despite grabbing a previous world-record deal to sign for the Spanish giants.

Manchester United remain a strong contender to bring Bale back to Premier League after targeting for quite some time. Although manager Jose Mourinho has publicly denied any further move for Bale, there is a strong notion in Spain that suggest the Manchester hierarchy might test Real Madrid's intent after launching a bid just days ahead of the summer transfer window closes.

What is Real Madrid's stand?

It is believed the Real Madrid board might take a chance to cash in this time considering Bale’s long history of nagging injuries since coming to the Spanish capital. Mourinho has already revealed that he was looking for four new players joining United this summer. But, considering the form Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial are enjoying right now, Bale’s arrival at Old Trafford looks less of a priority.

Mourinho even told the media that it was like "game over" after the Real Madrid star showed up in Zidane’s starting eleven during the UEFA Super Cup in Macedonia.

Fans are not happy with the striker's form

The whistles directed at Gareth Bale from the Bernabeu faithful during Sunday's La Liga draw with Valencia were actually nothing new, also nothing surprising.

However, unlike the past seasons, it seems to be something different amid Bale's frustrating start to the 2017-18 season. Asensio's two stunning long-range goals against Valencia once again established the 21-year-old's meteoric rise as the Real's latest hero, and Bale's first-team place now seems to be raising a big question.

The biggest problem to offload Bale is maybe he himself. Only last October after signing a new Madrid deal until 2022, he admitted move to the Premier League may become a step back in his injury-stricken career. This summer he again confessed about his frustration regarding past injuries, but right away ruled out the idea of a return to England.