Bernabeu star believes British stars should look to move away from their comfort zone, that is the Premier League.
Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale has encouraged British player to leave the comfort zone of the Premier League in pursuit of a move abroad according to the Daily Mail.
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The 25 year old Welsh international has settled in well since his £85m move to the Bernabeu last summer and believes a move away from the English top tier could suit many British talents.
‘I think the most important thing is you feel it’s the right move,’
‘If you feel you’re going to play, then I would encourage a British player to go abroad.
‘I’ve enjoyed every minute of it, the new culture, the new life. I felt like I wanted to challenge myself. It’s down to the player himself whether he can kick on.’
Bale, who has netted 23 goals in 49 appearances for Real Madrid, believes he can kick on and further endear himself to Los Blancos supporters this term.
‘I definitely feel I can keep improving every season, improve my game in training every day,’
‘We’re expected to try to win every trophy. We want to win every trophy. We’ll give our best.’
‘I feel like I’m improving all the time. I’ve learned a lot, in terms of possession and making the right decisions, when to attack and when to keep the ball.’
Bale’s efforts in the Spanish capital could well rub off on his national team with the wing wizard scoring a brace to help Wales edge past Andorra in mid-week.
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