Gareth Bale wants Cristiano Ronaldo to stay at Real Madrid

Gareth Bale wants Cristiano Ronaldo to stay at Real Madrid

Gareth Bale wants Cristiano Ronaldo to stay at Real Madrid

Salgado, a two-time Champions League victor with Madrid, further said that Ronaldo is the guy Real look to when they are playing the big games and that's why, in his view, the star striker will stay at the club.

Cristiano Ronaldo's former teammate Michel Salgado believes the star striker will not leave Real Madrid for a fellow European heavyweight.

Ronaldo, who had been linked with a return to Manchester United, has remained silent on his future since then and it remains to be seen if Real's all-time record goalscorer will line up for Zinedine Zidane's men at the start of the coming season.

Pressed by the Spanish newspaper on reports linking him to Jose Mourinho's side, Bale said, "I signed a long contract in Madrid and I am happy in this club".

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Salgado, 41, made 254 Real Madrid appearances in La Liga over a decade, winning four league titles and two UEFA Champions League crowns. "You'll have to ask him".

Bale's involvement last season was curtailed by ankle and calf injuries, with the Wales worldwide missing all of his side's last six Liga games and managing only 13 minutes of the Champions League final win over Juventus.

"Obviously during the holidays I haven't done a lot of intense stuff but I'm recovering well", he said.

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"I worked hard, 12 hours a day, to be available for the final and to be able to enjoy those minutes was really rewarding".

He said: 'He will do everything for the team and that is the most important thing.

"He might move to MLS sometime, but in top football, in Europe, I don't think Ronaldo is going to change clubs. I'm sure we'll also need a bit of luck".

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