Gareth Bale has dropped the biggest hint yet that he will stay at Real Madrid this summer after pledging his future to the club on social media.
The Wales international has been in poor form for Los Blancos this season and has become something of a scapegoat amongst the local media.
With the Bernabeu regularly subjecting Bale to a torrent of booing, it has been speculated that the 25-year-old is ready to give up on his Spanish dream and return to the Premier League.
Florentino Perez would demand every penny on the £86m he paid Tottenham to sign Bale in 2013 and Manchester United seemed ready to pay such a fee.
Louis van Gaal and Ed Woodward are ready to spend big in the summer transfer window and were being linked with an incredible €120m (£85m) offer.
However, it seems Bale has already made a decision on his future and has told his 6.76m followers on Twitter that he expects to be helping Real Madrid back to the top of Spanish football next season.
He said, both in Spanish and English, see tweets below:
“Not the end of the season we had hoped for, we always want to win trophies! (1/2).”
Followed by: “Will be working hard in the off season and looking forward to coming back next season stronger with @realmadrid #HalaMadrid (2/2).”