The Welsh winger, 25, signed for Real for a world-record fee of £80 million in 2013 and enjoyed a hugely successful debut season at the Bernabeu, lifting the Champions League and the Copa del Rey.
And while talk has circulated that Manchester United are prepared to launch a sensational £120 million bid for Bale, the man himself has flatly dismissed such rumours. Speaking to Dubai TV during Real’s mid-season tour in the Gulf nation, Bale said:
“Go to Manchester United? I am very happy in Madrid, a city, a climate and a club that I love.
“My contract ends in 2019 and I could sign a renewal.
“I am very happy at Madrid and I hope to win many more titles in the future.
Real are currently on their winter break and top the La Liga table with 39 points from 15 games.
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