Gareth Bale casts doubt on Real Madrid future after Champions League win
Gareth Bale has made a huge hint that he will leave Real Madrid this summer after scoring twice in their Champions League final win over Liverpool.
The Welshman was named as a substitute and came on in the 61st minute before scoring a sublime bicycle kick to give Real a 2-1 lead.
He added his second seven minutes from time to secure the Real’s third successive Champions League title.
“Obviously I was very disappointed not to start the game, I felt I deserved it but the manager makes the decisions. The best I have been doing is to come on and make an impact, I certainly did,” Bale told BT Sport.
“It has to be the best goal in a Champions League final, there is no bigger stage. I am just happy to get the win
“It is a team game but when you are a substitute, it is a game of more than 11 players. I made an impact.
“We know what we have achieved and how good we have been. The league was disappointing but we won the Champions League. It turns out to be a great season. We let everyone else speak. We know how hungry we are in the changing room, how prepared and motivated we are.”
“I need to be playing week in, week out and that has not happened this season. I had an injury five, six weeks in but fit ever since. I have to sit down with my agent in the summer and discuss it.”
Bale made 26 La Liga and eight Champions League appearances for Real this season.