Wales Unveil New Manager
CARDIFF, WALES - JANUARY 15: Ryan Giggs speaks at a press conference as he is announced as the new manager of Wales at Hensol Castle on January 15, 2018 in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Liverpool managed to get to the final stage of the Champions Leauge and even became the highest scorers in the competition this year.

They are due to be facing Real Madrid in the final on May 26, which will take place in Kiev.

Wales is going to take on Mexico in California just two days after this, which basically means Bale will be unavailable for Giggs to take him with the international team. However, the former Manchester United player is not disappointed – more like hopeful.

“I shouldn’t say this but yeah I hope so,” Giggs said, when asked if he wanted Bale to win the Champions League, according to the Daily Star.

“No obviously for Gareth, to win it four times, forgetting about the Liverpool aspect.”

“There’s a lot of Liverpool supporters in here aren’t there. I’m sat next to one.”

“For Gareth personally, to win it four times will be magnificent.”

“It’s a fascinating game, a lot of quality on the pitch, especially in forward areas.”

“So I’m looking forward to watching the game and seeing who comes out on top,” Giggs admitted.