Solskjaer doesn't want Bale
According to the Sun, Manchester United ruled out Gareth Bale's signing because Ole Gunnar Solskjaer asked Ed Woodward, head of the entity, to bet on another type of cheaper players with greater projection.
The source maintains that the Norwegian technician preferred to sign Daniel James rather than negotiate the arrival of the Welshman, despite Real Madrid's strong interest in getting rid of the Welshman after six years.
Although Daniel James' competitive level is light years away from Gareth Bale's, the complexity of the Cardiff winger's operation led the Red Devil's coach to veto his signing.
Meanwhile, Jonathan Barnett, the Welshman's agent, remains stoic in his refusal to leave Real Madrid, clinging to his pharaonic contract to which makes it difficult for him to be sold to any team in Europe.