Gareth Bale said he really wanted to continue playing for Wales after he rushed out of the BBC interview after Denmark lost.
Gareth Bale vowed to continue playing for Wales, “until the day I stop playing football.”
The Dragons captain declined to say whether Saturday’s game created further doubts about his future. Round of 16 knocked out Denmark with 4-0 Euro This is the last game he played for the national team.
Bell, 31, said in May that he has made a decision about his future, but will not make it public until after the finals. Because it will “cause confusion”.
When asked about his future, the 96-year-old Real Madrid star Interview after leaving the game In Amsterdam before the problem is completed.
But then Bell told the Welsh TV channel S4C: “I want to continue playing.
“People always ask stupid questions, but obviously I like playing for Wales.
“I will play for Wales until the day I stop playing.”
packageLast season on loan to Tottenham Hotspur and scored 16 goals, his Real Madrid contract has one year left, worth 650,000 pounds a week.
If Bell does stay, his next goal will be to try to lead Wales to the World Cup for the first time since 1958.
After defeating the Czech Republic and losing to Belgium in the first two Group E matches, the Dragons played qualifiers against Belarus and Estonia in September.
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But Robert Page’s team will have to clean up the mess after being defeated by the Danes in the Dutch capital, which is Wales’ worst loss in a competitive game since September 2012.
Bell added: “We have just started the World Cup journey. We are just saying in the locker room that we need to incorporate this experience into it.
“When we play well, I think our way of playing is very good. We need to maintain a high degree of confidence and continue to play football. I think we are eligible to participate in the next World Cup.”