BAle REVEALS WHAT HE SAID TO LUKAKU AFTER MAN UTD LOSS
The Real star has for quite some time been connected with a move to Old Trafford yet went up against Jose Mourinho's side in California on Sunday
Gareth Bale has uncovered what he said to Romelu Lukaku following Manchester United's punishment triumph over Real Madrid in Sunday's ICC meeting.
The Real winger has been mooted with an arrival to the Premier League as of late, with United answered to be the principle targets.
Jose Mourinho has been open about his yearning for extra signings before the 2017-18 Premier League crusade yet moved to reject claims he was pursuing Bale in the development to the meeting with the Spanish goliaths in the pre-season competition.
Gotten some information about the hypothesis connecting him with an arrival to England with United, and Mourinho rubbishing reports, Bale disclosed to Sky Sports: "There you go. I haven't said anything [on the rumours]."
Joined have included Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku to their positions up until now, with the last concurring a five-year bargain in a record-breaking exchange from Everton.
The Belgium striker has effectively inspired amid pre-season and had the second influence of the Real tie on Sunday.
Lukaku and Bale traded words following the 1-1 draw, which United secured 2-1 on punishments, and the Welshman has uncovered what he said.
"I just wished him good fortunes - clearly he's recently marked there," Bale included. "I just wished him fortunes for the season and expectation he has an incredible season.
"He's been playing sufficiently long, he's done in the Premier League and I'm certain he'll do extraordinary for them."
Bundle has guaranteed three Champions League trophies in four seasons in the Spanish capital and helped Zinedine Zidane assert the Liga title last term.
Furthermore, the previous Tottenham star is anticipating the new crusade following their first trip of pre-season.
"Us as a group each season we go into each opposition hoping to win it and it's the same again this year. We've additionally got the inspiration to do that and we'll be attempting our hardest to win each opposition we enter.
"In the first place session of pre-season - for us it's tied in with getting the webs out, begin on getting diversion time and clearly we would've wanted to have won however that is the way it goes