Wales boss wants Gareth Bale to stay put with Real Madrid

Wales boss Chris Coleman feels Gareth Bale would be best served to remain with Real Madrid rather than pushing for a move back to the Premier League.

The 28-year-old has been strongly linked with a potential exit from the Bernabeu following a frustrating season last term where he managed just 27 appearances.

Manchester United have been identified as the suitable destination for Bale this month, but Coleman insists that Bale should not give up on his Los Blancos career just yet, he said: "I think from our point of view my opinion is that La Liga, the tempo and physicality is completely different to the Premier League. Being selfish, he's better off at Real Madrid. You work all your life to get the top, you don't want to give that up. Where do you go from Real Madrid that's better? There's one or two clubs up there but none better. He was disappointed to miss the Serbia game but there was nothing we could do about that and of course he's won the Champions League again this year."

TALKS OF BALE TRANSFER CONTINUE

The talks of Gareth Bale moving to the Premier League have refused to end, even after the player seemed to have ended speculations in that regards when Real Madrid won their third Champions League title in four years.

The Welsh star had recommitted his focus to the Spanish side but there are still strong links to a return to England. Manchester United are the likely option if Bale agrees to return to the Premier League with Jose Mourinho keen on the player.

The former Tottenham winger is also linked with a possible move to Paris St Germain this summer. The French side are ready to break world record to land the player. Madrid broke the record in 2013 when they lured Bale to the Spanish capital for £85million.

MADRID LIFT THE LA LIGA AFTER FIVE YEARS

Spanish soccer club Real Madrid have lifted the La Liga title after seeing off Malaga away on Sunday evening.

They went into the final round of game the same time their arch rivals Barcelona were playing. They had a three point cushion and they were expected to just add a gloss.

Rave of the moment Cristiano Ronaldo scored an early goal that buried the building pressure. Playmaker Isco was truly incredible in the game. Isco sent a well-timed through ball to the Portuguese in only the second minute for him to score. Ronaldo stylishly rounded off Carlos Kameni before sending the ball into the empty net. That was all for the first half.

Gareth Bale is not ready to miss the Clasico at any cost

Gareth Bale is not ready to miss the Clasico at any cost.

He has been given a clear warning by his doctors that if he gets indulged into heavy training too early, it may result in him damaging his ankle again which has already been damaged several times in the past and for which he has even had to go under the knife once.

Gareth Bale is on course to be back sooner than initially expected

Gareth Bale sustained an ankle injury a few months ago when Real Madrid faced off with Sporting Lisbon on November 22 of 2016 and the Welshman had to be removed from the pitch at the 57th minute.

It was initially expected that Gareth Bale was going to be out of the pitch for around 4 months as he had to undergo a surgery and his recovery was planned to leave him out of the playing grounds for a significantly long period of time.

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