Bale does not want to see Ronaldo leave Real Madrid

Gareth BaleSports software services learned that Gareth Bale does not want to see Cristiano Ronaldo part ways with Real Madrid after rumours of the Portuguese striker going for Premier League action in England.

In recent times, the 29-year-old’s value to the winners of the UEFA Champions League could be clearly seen, as the player was able to carry his great form on the pitch from last season to this one.

Last Sunday, the Portugal forward ended up scoring his 22nd hat-trick in La Liga, as well as his season’s third treble when Real Madrid defeated Athletic Bilbao 5-0, taking to 17 his record in the new term.

However, rumours of the player going back to Manchester United – the team that he left in 2009 to join the ranks of Real – was very widespread, and Manchester City were also linked with making a huge jump for the player.

However, Bale, who last season arrived at Madrid, and whose great partnership with the Portuguese striker was vital for Real to become European champions, is very eager to see the player stay at the club – which is perfectly understandable – and many fans would like to see what he will ultimately decide to do.

“He’s shown what a world-class player he is year after year scoring the goals,” said Bale.

“Obviously he’s a player we wouldn’t want to see leave. Of course [I] want to see him stay at Real Madrid.”

The Wales international also dismissed rumours about him moving away from the club, even though a poll made in Marca, a newspaper from Madrid, revealed that 60% of the club’s fans want him out of the team.

Bale added: “I signed a six-year deal last year so I don’t really think so.”

Real’s fans know very what a key asset Ronaldo is to the club, and do not want to see the player go anywhere. Sports software services will continue to monitor developments on him and Bale, and would like to see what the future has in store for them.