Chris Coleman reveals the only way Bale will leave Real Madrid

Hope Soto
April 15, 2018

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has hit out at his side's detractors, saying it's embarrassing that people have labelled their Champions League progression as a robbery.

The Frenchman said he took the decision because he wanted "more energy".

Real went on to win the competition in each of those years and defender Dani Carvajal said those experiences helped his side keep their composure after they fell 3-0 behind after 60 minutes against Juve.

"We had to change the shape of the team, and it changed the dynamic of the game".

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"I'm furious about that".

Yet, Madrid, who are chasing a third straight Champions League title, were awarded a hotly-contested penalty in stoppage time which Cristiano Ronaldo hammered home to send them into the semifinals for a record-extending eighth year in a row. If you work so hard to get to a stage in your career where you are seen as one of the better players and you are playing for one of the biggest clubs, that's not somewhere where you want to leave, I would imagine. Real had long believed they could go to Manchester United and offer them Bale for an easy deal, but sources have told The Independent that the Old Trafford hierarchy now have "close to zero interest in Bale".

The reward for that win is a semi-final against Bayern Munich the week after next and that is without doubt Madrid's main goal to save a poor domestic season.

Real Madrid travel to play bottom of the table Malaga on Sunday night with half an eye on Europe and the remainer on the Liga Santander. "We just keep on doing what we do".

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