Gareth Bale has assured that he will stay at Real Madrid, wants to win more trophies with the club and rubbished reports of tension between him and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Welsh winger Gareth Bale dismissed ongoing speculation of a Real Madrid exit and insisted that he will stay and try to bring more trophies to the Santiago Bernabeu. The former Tottenham forward said that he is well settled and enjoying his time at the club. The forward wants to keep on improving and is looking forward to the start of next season.

When questioned by The Sun if he will be at Madrid next season, Bale said: “Of course, yes. I’m a Real Madrid player and I’ll carry on as normal. I am enjoying it and hopefully I can continue to.
“I feel settled. I’m looking forward now to playing and winning more trophies. My goal is to keep improving, performing and to win as many titles as I can.”

Balea s commitment to Los Blancos will prove to be a big blow for Manchester United, who have been linked with the star after he went through a poor season for Madrid. Balea s second season after moving to Spain for a world-record A?85 million turned out to be a disappointment as the 25-year old struggled to find form towards the end of the season.

Bale rubbishes claims of Ronaldo rift.

Bale rubbishes claims of Ronaldo rift.

Bale was constantly at the end of Real Madrid fansa boos and whistles and there were reports of the Welshman getting on the wrong side of superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. However, Bale has come forward and dismissed the reports of a rift going on between him and Ronaldo, adding: “It’s rubbish. When you are on the pitch you try to help your team-mates as much as you can.
“People are trying to create problems which aren’t there. It’s good and normal in training and playing with Cristiano. You train with the best players and you try to improve as much as they do.”


Gareth Bale struggled towards the end of the season and proved to be a dud against big teams like Atletico Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus. The Wales international had a terrific debut season for The Whites and lead them to the Copa Del Rey and Champions League victory by scoring the winning goals in both finals. After spending so much money on the former Tottenham star, Real Madrid certainly showed intentions of keeping him at the club for long-term benefits. The winger is only 25-years old and is sure to improve in the coming periods. It will be safe to assume that Gareth Bale will be a Real Madrid player for a long time.