In the end of 2014/2015 campaign, Gareth Bale has given a strong indication that he expects to remain with Real Madrid next season. Rumor has said that he could leave La Liga side this summer and return to the Premier League, concerning the reports of clash with Cristiano Ronaldo. Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United have all been linked with a move for the 25-year-old forward.
However, Bale posted on his Twitter: “Not the end of the season we had hoped for, we always want to win trophies! Will be working hard in the off season and looking forward to coming back next season stronger with Real Madrid.”
Bale is the world’s most expensive player after being signed in a £85.3 deal from Premier League side, Tottenham Hotspur in 2013. During his debut season in Spain, Bale helping Madrid win the Champions League and Copa del Rey. He had an impressive first 18 months in Spain, scoring in all three of the cup finals that Madrid played in and won. However he has been jeered by some supporters in his second season and faced criticism from Spanish press. Despite the criticism, Bale has still score 17 goals for Real this season.
The former Tottenham forward is under contract with Real until 201 and has said in the past that he could extend the deal. Up to this day, he has scored 39 goals in 92 appearances for the La Liga side. Wales manager Chris Coleman has made it clear that he does not expect Bale to leave the club, saying: “Unless Gareth wants to leave, which I don’t think is the case, then I don’t think he’ll go anywhere.
Real finished 2014/2015 season as runners-up to Barcelona in La Liga and lost to Juventus in the semi-finals if the Champions League. According to the Wales international, the lost is not the end of the club, and he seems quite sure to give better thing while he staying in Spain for the next summer.