"But I think from United's perspective they want him to stay at the football club for a long time and continue to show the form that he's showing".
The attempts failed as Real Madrid snapped him shortly afterwards in 2014. We don't know what the future holds.
Bale was a revelation for Spurs between 2007 and 2013, and he rapidly became one of the hottest properties in world football during his time at White Hart Lane, but with his possible transfer fee out of Spurs' range then it's United that can benefit from his services.
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According to Squawka, Dimitar said: "Paul Pogba is rarely too far away from the headlines but I'm not concerned about his Real Madrid quotes this week".
The England global has emerged as one of United's top targets for the summer window, with the 18-year-old having shone since arriving in German football.
The French superstar, 26, has been in fine form since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer arrived as United's caretaker boss in December and has United in the last eight of the UEFA Champions League and in the scrap for a top four finish.
Pogba's flirting with other clubs was previously understandable given what he was going through before under Jose Mourinho's management.