Ryan Giggs wants Gareth Bale to stay at Real Madrid

Ryan Giggs wants Gareth Bale to stay at Real Madrid

Javier Howell
March 27, 2018

It's another worldwide break and thus, kind of a slow time when it comes to big headlines, but there's still a whole lot of important Manchester United news items out there.

"I was in between Antonio Conte (Chelsea manager) and Eddie Jones (England rugby head coach) at a dinner and trying to get stuff out of them", Giggs said. When you are at clubs like Real, you are always going to win things. "Even though it was a great performance against China we will need to play even better to win the China Cup", Giggs said.

Gareth Bale has spoken for the first time about the "massive disappointment" of missing out on the World Cup with Wales but his presence in China shows renewed ambition to qualify four years from now.

He added: "Every single player will tell you they want to play at the highest level for their country and that's the World Cup or the Euros".

"I think Uruguay is a very experienced team on and off the pitch".

And the Wales talisman says the failure to reach Russian Federation this summer makes him even hungrier to qualify for the Qatar finals in 2022.

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Wales manager Ryan Giggs has explained why Gareth Bale must remain at Real Madrid amid reports linking him with a return to the Premier League.

Bale has enjoyed his latest visit to Asia, with a hat-trick in a 6-0 demolition of China seeing him become Wales' all-time leading goalscorer.

Those close to the player believe Mourinho's treatment is tantamount to bullying.

Gareth Bale has said he has not given his future much thought amid rumours his time at Real Madrid may be coming to an end. I'm expecting a hard game, as always.

Bale has won 10 trophies since joining Real in 2013, including three Champions League titles. "Everything just comes with that little bit of experience".

But today's China Cup final against Uruguay would represent his first piece of silverware in a Wales jersey.