Friday, 22 September, 2017

Gareth Bale comments on celebrating against Tottenham Hotspur

Manchester United target Gareth Bale eyeing Premier League return next summer – report Gareth Bale Admits to Relying on 'a Lot of Painkillers' After Rushing His Return From Ankle Injury
Angelica Greene | 13 September, 2017, 00:19

"In the end that's probably the most important thing".

An ankle injury suffered last November cost Bale three months of football as Madrid continued on their path to the Spanish league title, and once most expensive player in the world has now admitted that he resorted to painkillers in order to rush back onto the pitch.

You've got Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku, if he fulfils his potential, Marcus Rashford, David de Gea, a world-class player, and then if you add somebody like Gareth Bale to the mix, that's when you talk about United having Champions League expectations.

Real Madrid will meet Bale's former club Tottenham during the Champions League group stage and the Welshman admits he may not be able to downplay celebrations if he can lead Zinedine Zidane's team to a victory.

The Wales global has been linked with a move to Old Trafford for some time, with the latest transfer window rekindling talk of a possible £100 million switch. But when you've been injured for three months and you see your team-mates play you really want to come back and that's what I did.

"They are all opinions".

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Bale appeared as a substitute when Madrid beat Juventus 4-1 in last season's Champions League final, which was staged in the winger's home city of Cardiff.

"And, yes, now I believe I should have taken more time to get back to full fitness". They have to sell newspapers in some way and they have to write something.

It is something he says he has spoken about with Real colleague Luka Modric, a player with whom he enjoyed playing so much it actually influenced his decision to move to Real a year after the Croatian had made the same move.

"So I'm used to people writing good and bad things". "Football is a sport which stirs passions and it's normal that everyone has their opinions". I want to do well for myself but I also want to try to help the team and win trophies.

However, Bale still remains at Bernabeu, much to the agony of the Manchester United fans.

"I hope the best is yet to come".

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