Gerrard makes eyes at Bale

Aston Villa coach Steven Gerrard has paid tribute to Gareth Bale. Is it perhaps to better attract him to his training this summer.

Aston Villa coach Steven Gerrard paid tribute to Gareth Bale after Real Madrid’s victory over Liverpool on Saturday night in the Champions League (1-0).

The Welshman was not used by Carlo Ancelotti against the Reds, remaining on the bench throughout the 90 minutes. At the final whistle, he received a hug from President Florentino Perez before collecting his winner’s medal. The last act of a brilliant nine-year adventure with the Spanish tenor. After the final, he posted a celebratory photo of himself with the Champions League trophy and a five-handed gesture to emphasize how many times he has won the competition.

‘Bale didn’t get the consideration he deserved’

Even though he didn’t get the chance to perform on the Dionysian pitch, Bale was given praise at the final whistle. Gerrard therefore congratulated him on his accomplishments, also regretting that he did not have the exit he deserved. “Over time and in the years to come, he will look back and say, ‘I’ve won five times. No one can blame him. It’s a shame he’s not getting the consideration he deserves in terms of his contribution during this time and what he’s going to take away from it on his CV. It is a shame that he did not have the opportunity to enter the field. A beautiful tribute from Stevie G to the place of the future ex-merengue, and which also looks like a call from the foot. Bale being very interested in the idea of ​​returning to the Premier League, it looks like an invitation to join Birmingham.

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