Giggs backs Bale to stay at Real amid Man Utd rumours

Giggs backs Bale to stay at Real amid Man Utd rumours

Jose Mourinho's "bullying" of Luke Shaw is in danger of damaging Manchester United's bid to sign Gareth Bale from Real Madrid this summer.

"The Red Devils have always been linked with a move for Bale and can now be found at 6/4 to bring the 28-year-old to Old Trafford, having been priced at 3/1 less than ten days ago".

"I was in between Antonio Conte (Chelsea manager) and Eddie Jones (England rugby head coach) at a dinner and trying to get stuff out of them", Giggs said.

The Manchester United legend, who retired aged 40, says he sought the advice of fellow managers - including leading figures from other sports - prior to his Wales appointment.

Real Madrid forward Bale has been linked with a return to the Premier League after an injury-plagued 18 months that has seen him lose his place in Zinedine Zidane's starting XI.

"I learned a lot about how lonely it was when I was United manager", he said.

Gareth Bale's historic hat-trick moved him past Ian Rush and into the lead as Wales' record goal scorer as Giggs' first game in charge ended with a 6-0 thrashing of the host nation.

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"I did my licenses while I was playing, but until you get on the pitch coaching and training every day you don't get the experience". "Of course you would want to stay there".

"I am not a naturally outgoing person".

They are third on the log with 60 points - 15 points shy of their arch rivals, Barcelona on the Spanish League table, but edged closer to winning their third straight Champions League title after beating Paris Saint Germain to progress to the quarterfinals of the competitions.

"That's where the pro-licence and opposition analysis with the United players helped".

The newspaper reckons a £90million-plus deal will satisfy the Real Madrid hierarchy as they attempt to rebuild after what could be an ultimately disappointing season for the club.

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