Real Madrid player since the summer of 2013, Gareth Bale (32 years old) will leave the Casa Blanca. Free of any contract at the end of this 2021/2022 season, the Welshman has not had a good end to history with the Merengues, but he has significantly expanded his record in Spain (5 Champions Leagues, 3 Liga, 3 Spanish Super Cup, 3 European Super Cup, 4 Club World Cups, 1 King’s Cup). An adventure rich in trophies. This Wednesday, the Briton wanted to send a farewell message to the meringue fans.
“I am writing this message to thank all my teammates, past and present, my coaches, all the people working at the club and the fans who have supported me all this time. I came here 9 years ago as a young man who wanted to make his dream of playing Real Madrid come true. Wear the famous white tunic, win titles and win the Champions League. Now I can look behind me and honestly say that this dream has come true and more. Being part of the history of this club and winning everything we have won at Real Madrid has been an amazing experience that I will never forget. I would also like to thank President Florentino Pérez, José Angel Sanchez and the management for giving me the opportunity to play for this club. Together, we were able to create moments that are part of the history of this club and football. It was an honor. Thanks. Hello Madrid! Gareth Bale ».
– Gareth Bale (@ GarethBale11) June 1, 2022