In a conversation with the British media, Gareth Bale reveals why this summer he told NO to Manchester United, the Welshman wants to win big trophies
The possible transfer of Gareth Bale to Manchester United has become a prelude to the two clubs of the Philip II Arena.
Jose Mourinho from Skopje has said that he will follow the Welshman if Zinedine Zidane does not count on Gareth Bale for the Super Cup of Europe.
The player ran out of the field, so the speculations slammed for a moment. However, in the final days of the summer transfer period, Gareth Bale moved to Old Trafford in a transfer worth £ 100m.
It is believed that Real Madrid was ready to sell the player to open a place for Kylian Mbappe, but Gareth Bale himself refused to transfer to Manchester United.
In a conversation with Daily Mail, he was talking about the opportunity to wear the jersey of England’s most prestigious club, but prefers to win big trophies instead of becoming the leader of the Red Devils. ”
“There are a lot of arguments about this (moving to Old Trafford),” says Gareth Bale.
“But when you look at the past to see what you did in your career, you see the trophies you have won.”
“In the end, winning big trophies is the most important thing.”
Such comments will certainly not be liked by fans, Jose Mourinho has made a major reconstruction of Old Trafford in the past two years, brought seven new names that promise returning to the winning streaks and with an eventual engagement by Gareth Bale, they would certainly have been even stronger, but obviously The Welshman did not believe so much in the project.