Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale dashed any hopes of Manchester United signing him, as he admitted that he could not see himself playing for the Red Devils.
It’s been reported in recent months that United are interested in bringing the Welshman to Old Trafford, but Bale has now cleared up the matter.
Bale insists that he is really enjoying his life in Madrid and would like to see out his contract at the club, which will see him at the Spanish giants for seven more years.
"I can't imagine myself at Manchester United. In a recent interview they asked me if I was unhappy at Real and I told them I'm really happy here,” Bale told Spanish radio Cadena SER.
"I've got several years left on my contract, I'm enjoying myself, we're winning trophies and I want to keep doing that here at Real."
The Welshman spoke about the home support in the Bernabeu and believes they are very supportive of him, despite jeering him from time-to-time.
"I feel support and affection from the Santiago Bernabéu crowd,” he added.
“I want to keep working hard to hopefully be able to show them what I'm capable of on the pitch and win as many trophies as possible.
“The fans are amazing. I love playing at home. They get behind us and encourage us to attack and score more goals, which is how I like it.”
Bale has made 28 appearances for Real Madrid so far this season and has scored 14 goals in the process.
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