Bayern Munich are going through a rebuilding process this summer, with the Bavarians parting with historical figures like Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery, but now they are searching for proper replacements for these two players and they have eyed a Real Madrid agent to fulfill the position, but not in the most desired terms for the Spanish side.
The German side are prepared to pay Gareth Bale's wages in order to take him on a season-long loan from Los Blancos this summer. Bale has been thought to be leaving the Spanish club after he failed to become the leader of the team following Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure to Juventus, but he failed at it, even losing his spot in the starting lineup under Zinedine Zidane.
His high transfer fee and wage demands have pushed away many teams and right now nobody seems interested in acquiring Bale unless if it is on loan. Nevertheless, the German giants are really serious on landing Gareth Bale and, according to The Sun, they are ready to disburse a £350,000-a-week payment to Bale trying to bring him to the Bundesliga next season.
After the departure of Robben and Ribery, the Teutons have been looking for new wingers who can bring the joy Robben and Ribery brought to Allianz Arena when they were part of the club. Besides Bale, Bayern have been keeping tabs on Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi, Manchester City's Leroy Sane and even OSC Lille’s Nicolas Pepe in recent months.
Niko Kovac’s side knows how good a loan from Madrid can be, just like they learned with James Rodriguez during his first year in Munich, even though things didn’t end the best way for the Colombian midfielder and the team.
Gareth is not part of Zinedine Zidane’s plans ahead of next season and having in mind that the club hasn’t received offers to actually sell the Welshman, maybe a move to Munich is the best one for him.