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Bale admits thinking about life after R. Madrid

Bale drops hint about his future away from Real Madrid in recent interview

December 4, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
The Welsh footballer addressed his controversial celebration with Wales and how he deals with the insults at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.

Gareth Bale has been linked with a move away from the Bernabeu for quite some time, but the footballer had never been as full of praise for one potential club as he was in a recent interview.

In an interview aired by Spanish TV show Jugones, the Welsh star referred to a number of topics, including his controversial celebration after winning a ticket to play the 2020 UEFA Euro with the Dragons, his complicated life at the Bernabeu, and more importantly, he dropped a massive hint on where he'd like to play next if he is indeed transferred by the end of the season.

Bale openly admitted that he knew he would stir controversy after that celebration, but his desire to vent all the tension out made him forget about all consequences.

"I can't deny I knew there would be controversy, but I was celebrating with my fans, my family and my team-mates, and the Welsh flag was there. But whenever I'm on a pitch, I'll always give 100%, whether I'm playing for Wales or Real Madrid," Bale said.

The Welsh footballer went on to discuss his life in Spain, where he has not always felt the love of those that support Real Madrid. Is it difficult to deal with the insults and jeers? Well, Bale seems to think nothing of them now.

"The first time I heard them (boos and insults) I was a bit shocked. I didn't know how to deal with that. But as I grew up, I understood how to do it. Now, I just shrug and get on with it. Somehow, it's the best place in the world to get booed at, and if you're not doing a good job, I can understand it," Bale added.

But then, Bale answered a question about his former club, Tottenham Hotspur. The number of praises that came out of his mouth aimed at the club and their new boss hints that Bale would not hesitate to return to Spurs in the event of a possible move away from the Bernabeu.

"Having Mourinho there is a major statement by the club, he's a serial winner. Tottenham wants to win titles and there is no better combination than Mourinho and Tottenham to try to do so," Bale concluded.


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