CARDIFF, WALES - SEPTEMBER 02: Gareth Bale of Wales reacts during the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier between Wales and Austria at Cardiff City Stadium on September 2, 2017 in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

Chris Coleman thinks that it wouldn’t be the right choice for Gareth Bale to come back to the Premier League and he can only benefit from staying with Real Madrid in the La Liga.

Coleman is worried about the physical condition of his national team star as the Premier League might be tougher than Gareth Bale would be able to handle. Bale has been linked mostly with Manchester United but his national team coach recommends him to stay in the capital of Spain as the style of football in the La Liga should be more suitable for his physical condition.

The coach of the national team of Wales spoke about the situation of his star player as he said, according to Sky Sports“I’d like to see Gareth wherever he’s going to be happy. If I’m going to be the Welsh manager for two more years or four more years, I’d like to see him stay at Real Madrid. Okay, he’s picked up a lot of injuries but generally, the Premier League is much tougher than La Liga in terms of the physicality. It’s very tough the Premier League.”

He also mentioned that Bale’s performances vary with his current mood: “When he’s happy he plays good football. When he comes to us and he’s happy and we see an amazing player. If he’s happy in Madrid fine. If not he should go and play somewhere where he is happy.”

In the end, Coleman added: “Sometimes the harder you work to get back the longer it takes for you to get back because you pick up niggles. He’s finding that out now, Bale. It’s a shame really he’ll be a loss for them (Real Madrid) and we need him now also. We’re always a stronger force when you have someone like that in your ranks.”