Striker Gareth Bale said goodbye this Wednesday Real Madrid, the club where it was an “amazing experience” he will “never” forget “to be a part of his history”, According to the player’s statement, after fulfilling his “dream” of wearing the “glorious” white jersey, he also thanked his teammates, coaches, fans and the merengue team board for their support.

“I’m writing this message to thank all my teammates past and presentTo my coaches, all club employees and the fans who have supported me all this time,” the player’s article published on social networks began.

Signing to Real Madrid in the summer of 2013, Welsh admitted that he made it a reality nine years ago. “dream” of being a white player and “putting on the glorious jersey” From the merengue team, “putting on the shield on your chest, playing at the Santiago Bernabéu, winning championships and being a part of what only a few can achieve”.

“Now I can look back and think and honestly this dream came true and much more. Being a part of the history of this club and achieving everything we have achieved together at Real Madrid has been an incredible experience that I will never forget,” admitted the football player.

Bale also thanked Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez and the whiteboard. “Thank you for giving me the opportunity to play for this club, and together we have been able to create moments that have shaped the history of this club and football.” He recounted his message assuring that it was an “honour” to be a Real Madrid football player as punishment.

The Welsh footballer played for Merengue in 258 games in eight seasons, scoring 106 goals and 67 assists. He also won 5 Champions, 4 Club World Cups, 3 European Super Cups, 3 Leagues, 1 King’s Cup and 3 Spanish Super Cups.