What Gareth Bale Said About His Real Madrid Future Amid Man United Interest

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Gareth Bale still seems to be uncertain about his future at Real Madrid.

Manchester United have been consistently linked with Gareth Bale for several summers. The Red Devils had previously made attempts to sign him from Tottenham, but the forward received an offer from Madrid which he couldn’t refuse.

Things haven’t been smooth in the Spanish Capital, however. Bale has been in and out of the squad, as injuries have consistently derailed his progress.

Over the course of five seasons, the 28-year old has made 189 appearances for Los Blancos, scoring 88 goals across all competitions.

Gareth Bale’s performance against Liverpool in the Champions League caught the eyes of everyone. He came on from the bench to score two goals, and handed Real their third consecutive title.

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But his post-match interview alerted all, including Manchester United. The forward disclosed that his future at Real Madrid is uncertain due to lack of playing time. And it seems like new boss Julian Lopetegui is yet to give any assurance.


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In an interview on Spanish radio, Bale said that he doesn’t know where he will end up this summer, and needs to talk with his agent.

The Welsh International also revealed his disappointment on starting from the bench in the Champions League Final.


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‘Maybe I’ll stay at Madrid, maybe not. I have to talk to my agent. I need more minutes. It frustrated me not to be a starter in the Champions League final,’ Bale admitted.

This week, Jose Mourinho passed on the chance of bringing Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford. The United gaffer seems to have turned his attention towards Gareth Bale, with the Reds reportedly in talks with Real over his services.

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