NAIJ.com previously reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has agreed to join Italian champions Juventus in a staggering £88m deal after club's President Andrea Agnelli traveled to Greece to convince him to join the Turin side.
"Angry. Quite angry, to be honest", Bale told the Daily Mail.
Its luck hasn't changed in the intervening two decades, losing three further finals (2003, 2015, 2017) to reach an unwanted tally of five consecutive final defeats. "I suppose there is more of a team, more working as one unit rather than one player".
The Portuguese has been the competition's top scorer for the past six seasons.
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Despite scoring the phenomenal goal in the Champions League final, it did not make it to the UEFA goal of the season poll. "Another start and another challenge".
Bale came off the bench to score two goals and fire Real to a historic third Champions League title in a row.
Bale avoided the question of whether new boss Julen Lopetegui is a better manager than the French great, but accepts Lopetegui's command of English has made it easier to communicate. "In Spanish I can talk but maybe not go into that amount of detail with them that I would need to".
"You could opt to take the ball down and do something then, but you know you are in a situation where if you're going to get closed down you have to try something", Bale said.