Real Madrid's Gareth Bale to 'seriously consider' future with Champions League winners

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Other reports say Real Madrid will want a fee of £200million for the superstar - with Manchester United only rating him in the £70 million bracket. "I want to be playing every week".

Scans revealed that the 25-year-old, who will carry Egypt's hopes at next month's World Cup in Russian Federation, will need three weeks of treatment to recover from his shoulder injury and will be available for the World Cup.

Bale was left out of Zidane's starting XI, the French coach preferring Karim Benzema and Isco in support of Cristiano Ronaldo, but he had a devastating impact from the bench.

"I'm not going to say which one is better", Zidane said when asked to compare his goal to Bale's.

"He's got the whole summer to think about it and when you make mistakes in massive games like that they will be with you for the rest of your life, because people will remember them and keep reminding you of them".

Egypt's team doctor Mohamed Abou El-Ela said in a statement that, according to information from Liverpool's medical staff, Salah has sustained only ligament damage. Bale had scored five times in his five appearances before the final and ended the season with 21 strikes in 39 matches.

Thousands of people have signed a petition demanding punishment for Real Madrid's captain Sergio Ramos following the Champions League final on May 26.

"It doesn't really bother me to be honest".

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"The most important thing is that I know how to be professional and when you come on you need to try to make an impact and I did that".

"I don't know. I was trying to get the ball off Mo".

In a post on Twitter on Monday (NZT), Salah said "it was a very tough night, but I'm a fighter".

Wales boss Ryan Giggs described Bale as "the greatest Welsh player I've seen" after his heroics in Kiev.

Real quickly grabbed control of the final after Salah went off, eventually winning 3-1 to claim their third straight European title.

Liverpool's Loris Karius breaks down in tears after the Champions League final.

Meanwhile, Brazilian striker Neymar says he's not yet completely game-ready after the injury that has kept him off the pitch for almost three months, but believes there is still enough time for him to fully recover before the World Cup.

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