Gareth Bale hands Man Utd huge blow with China transfer admission

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27 March, 2018

The 28-year-old has picked up 10 honours with Madrid - including three Champions Leagues, La Liga titles and two FIFA Club World Cup - but he must overcome his Barcelona rival Luis Suarez if he is to triumph with Wales.

Giggs saw his managing career finally commence with a 6-0 drubbing (largely due to a Bale hat trick) of China in an worldwide friendly.

Gareth Bale is determined not to give up on his World Cup dream, despite missing out on the finals in Russian Federation this summer. When you are at clubs like that, you are always going to win things.

"It would be massive".

"So whether it's a tournament like we are in now, or whether it's a Euros or the World Cup, it's always important to win trophies".

Bale added: "It was a massive disappointment not to reach this summer's World Cup, after an "incredible experience" at Euro 2016".

"But I'm sure that if I ever did come I'll be looked after very well".

But Bale said: "We know Uruguay have some great players, it's not just Suarez".

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Bale told reporters while on global duty at the China Cup: "It's a great country with great people".

Wales boss Ryan Giggs has advised Gareth Bale to reject Manchester United and says his future is at Real Madrid.

"I'll be trying my best for my team, my country to score goals and to help my team win the game".

"But for your country it's that bit more special, it's in your heart and your blood and you want to make the whole country proud".

The impression of this Far East friendly tournament as an awkward imposition on players entering crucial periods with their clubs has altered.

Manchester United was linked with a move to bring Bale back to the Premier League in order to bolster Jose Mourinho's side to compete for the Premiership.

He is giving little away when it comes to the summer transfer window, but has said he would welcome the opportunity to grace the CSL at some stage.


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