'Happy' Gareth Bale aims for more trophies at Real Madrid

'Happy' Gareth Bale aims for more trophies at Real Madrid

'Happy' Gareth Bale aims for more trophies at Real Madrid

The Frenchman, who won the Champions League as a legendary player for Real between 2001 and 2006, has enjoyed spectacular success since taking his first role in senior management just 18 months ago.

"I played here for a long time and I feel part of the furniture". I'm very happy, it has been an fantastic season.

Club president Andrea Agnelli said: "I've been informed of the incident and my thoughts go out to those who were injured on what was supposed to be a night of celebration".

The "back to back" win means the galacticos have increased their tally of Champions League trophies to 12.

The club have continued to be heavily linked with a move for Bale after Sir Alex Ferguson confirmed the side made their first move in 2007.

Zidane, meanwhile, - a former Juventus and Real Madrid player - became the first manager to retain the European title since Arrigo Sacchi accomplished the feat with AC Milan in 1989 and 1990.

A calf injury also saw him nearly miss the Champions League final, but he made his return off the bench in Saturday's 4-1 win over Juventus.

Incombustible, he started off with a little flamenco to cheer everyone because there's no one better to understand the sacrifices one has to make to win a Champions League.

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"The second half was better".

'The first half was much more hard against a great team in all aspects.

"I'm not going to confirm I'll stay here all my life".

"We can get even better". I have the chance to be with this great club, with this great squad.

Zidane has only one year left on his contract, but is widely expected to remain at the team's helm.

The noise triggered panic among thousands of fans gathered in Piazza San Carlo to watch the match pitting Juventus against Real Madrid on giant TV screens.

"It's been a special season", said Ronaldo, who scored twice against Juventus to finish as the competition's top scorer for the fifth straight year.

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