Gareth Bale has long been linked with a move to the Old Trafford but the Portuguese managed ruled out that move.
Jose Mourinho the Head coach of Manchester United avouched that Manchester United is not after the Wales Wizard Gareth Bale in this summer transfer window.
The Walsh Wizard linked with a return to EPL, four years after he Leaves Tottenham to join the Real Madrid side in a world record deal.
In his four years with Madrid so far he has won three Champions league with them and also in 2014 Copa Del Rey final he scored the winning goal for Madrid against Barcelona.
There were rumors that in this season Bale could return to EPL as he is not happy at Madrid, but Mourinho this go after him would be a great waste of time.
Mourinho said: "No (he was not on my list of targets). No, because you have contacts, you have feelings, you understand things,"
"It seems to me that Bale likes Madrid, likes the challenge, likes the situation.
"He’s in a club in a very good situation now. I never felt the desire from him to leave, so why lose time and energy on that?"
This season Manchester United managed to bucket the Benfica defender centre-back Victor Lindelof and the Top rated Everton striker Romelu Lukaku in their squad for the upcoming season.
Mourinho is happy how the transfer season has gone for them so far, and in the recent week many rumors are there as Nemanja Matic, Ivan Perisic and Eric Dier linked to move to Manchester United.
The manager is not ready to reveal his targeted player names.
He voiced: “You know, names is difficult for me because as you know the players belong to clubs, the players they are in pre-seasons,”
“The managers, the owners, they are not happy if you speak about them. The same as me.
“If I am here now somebody is telling, ‘I would like buy player A from Manchester United’, ‘I am having conversations with B player from Manchester United’, then I would ask, ‘Hey, I am here and the club is here, so be careful with what you say’.
“So I say nothing, I just keep saying the same because I never hide."