Bale and Ronaldo have been club-mates since 2013 and were part of the Madrid squad that won the Champions League and LaLiga titles last season, although the Wales international's contribution was once more disrupted by injury - including an ankle problem which nearly robbed him of a place in the Champions League final in his home city of Cardiff.
"I am happy playing at Real Madrid and if there is interest, there is interest but there has been nothing concrete".
The Wales global scored nine goals in 27 appearances in all competitions last season. "Logically I am a British player and I am always linked with a return home", he told Marca when asked about United's interest. I signed a long contract at Madrid and I'm happy here.
"It happened with Beckham, with other Englishmen who came to Spain".
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"Everything went well until January, but it was bad luck and you can't avoid injuries in football", he said, explaining he has worked "12 hours a day" to be fit in time for the Champions League final, which was played in Cardiff. "When I returned a year ago, my ankle would not let me be at 100 percent".
After the victory over Juventus, Real coach Zinedine Zidane refused to offer assurances about Bale's future, saying only that it would be decided later in the off-season, but the Welshman has been clear in his thoughts on a possible departure. But in top football, in Europe, I don't think Ronaldo is going to change club. I honestly don't know.