Ryan Giggs wants Gareth Bale to stay at Real Madrid


Former Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs has pleaded Gareth Bale to remain at Real Madrid amid interest from the Red Devils.

The Wales ace has been tipped to leave Spain this summer and head back to England with Manchester United and Chelsea at the front of the queue for his signature.

"What's he won, three Champions League?" The proof is in that.

"I knew that whatever the result, there were always going to be things to improve on in the performance". There are similarities with Cristiano, they started out as wingers, and really they are now goalscorers.

The Welshman said he learned just how lonely it is at the top of team's food chain.

Giggs saw his managing career finally commence with a 6-0 drubbing (largely due to a Bale hat trick) of China in an global friendly. Giggs stayed on as an assistant under Louis van Gaal, but once Jose Mourinho took over, there was no longer a place for him at Old Trafford.

"I spoke to a lot of managers in the time I was out of the game", he said. "I was busy and always watch other sports".

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"When you shut the door of your office and everyone else has gone home, you're on your own. Ultimately you're the boss and you have to make the decisions".

I was in between Conte and Eddie at a charity dinner and I was constantly trying to talk to them. "That was a nightmare actually as Eddie Jones was trying to ask me questions about Alex Ferguson and I wanted to get everything out of him".

"I did my licenses while I was playing, but until you get on the pitch coaching and training every day you don't get the experience". Where do I? I am not a naturally outgoing person.

Wales' biggest win since a similar 6-0 success over San Marino in 1996 saw them through to the China Cup final against the Czech Republic or Uruguay on Monday.

Giggs added: "Once you get to this stage, probably, five or six teams who can win it".

"Hopefully he will go on to score a lot more goals".