GARETH BALE says he gets on well with Real Madrid teammate Cristiano Ronaldo.
The former Tottenham star moved to La Liga four seasons ago to form one of the most potent attacking lines in football along with the Portugal star.
Together they’ve won the Champions League twice in the last three seasons, with Bale and Ronaldo lining up on opposite flanks for both finals.
And Bale said of their relationship: “We’ve always got on well.
“We’ve scored a lot of goals, given each other a lot of assists and won two Champions Leagues. So it hasn’t gone too bad.”
Ronaldo left Manchester United in 2009 and Bale says he’s adapted his game since arriving at the Bernabeu.
“He’s changed his game slightly. At Manchester United you’d see him running from deep.
“He’s more of a striker [now]. He’s very effective in the box, scoring goals, making assists.
“As you get older, even I’m starting to change my game a little bit. He knows what he’s doing and he’s doing it very well.
“We go out as a team now and again for food and do team bonding.
“Most players keep themselves to themselves and have their own things they like to do. Mine’s usually golf.”