Gareth Bale has vowed that he plans to keep playing for Wales "as long as I'm wanted" after Rob Page's side suffered a "disappointing" World Cup exit.
Wales manager Page has refused to rule out starting veteran duo Bale and Ramsey from the bench against England on Tuesday.
Wales manager Robert Page says his squad have addressed the issues that have seen them struggle to make an impact at the World Cup.
Wales veteran Allen has defended Ramsey and Bale with the pair receiving criticism for their performances at the World Cup.
Jordan has criticised "busted flush" Bale and "Eminem" lookalike Ramsey after Wales were beaten by Iran on Friday morning.
Iran's performance perhaps puts England's win in a better light but let's not patronise Wales - they were so, so poor. No one more so than their fading stars...
Gareth Bale says it will be "amazing" when he becomes Wales' most capped men's player in history against Iran at the World Cup.
Manchester United legend Roy Keane thinks England captain Harry Kane should've worn the OneLove armband despite FIFA warnings.
It's too tempting to resist sometimes, the chance to return to a former club where you know how everything works. But it doesn't always work.
Wales boss Rob Page has defended his decision to not start Gareth Bale as Wales lost 2-1 to Belgium in the Nations League.
"Perhaps he just wants more of the easy life in Los Angeles enjoying their sunshine-filled and plentiful golf courses.”
"This is the right place for me and my family and the right time in my career and I cannot wait to get started."
“His contract is for 12 months, let’s see what happens. Maybe Gareth, by then, will probably want to come back."
Cardiff City had been holding out hope that Gareth Bale might return to his hometown, but he opted for Los Angeles instead.
Gareth Bale will join MLS club LAFC upon the expiry of his Real Madrid contract.
Bale has been linked with a return to Spurs, as well as moves to Aston Villa, Newcastle and Cardiff.
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“They’ve got a project; they’re going in the right direction – he would slot in."
Man Utd are the 'number one pretender' for a player Arsenal also want, while three clubs fancy bringing Gareth Bale back to the Premier League...
"I want to be going into a World Cup playing games and being as fit as possible."
"He's [not] had the opportunity to play a consistent run of games for Tottenham, I think if he did he'd be fantastic."
"If he is not able to train like that in the week, the manager at his respective club might not want to select him."
“He’d play every week up here and he’d definitely do a job at Rangers.”
Gareth Bale stepped up when necessary to help send Wales to a first World Cup in 64 years, but his future in the club game remains unclear.
You absolutely know that Manchester United will be tempted by Gareth Bale. That and more in the Mailbox.
“It’s been a crazy journey from where we were to qualify for two European Championships and a World Cup."
Even after a far more fitting farewell, Gareth Bale leaves a curious legacy at Real Madrid. Both parties were satisfied with and by the end.
The Wales forward was recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours along with fellow footballers including Rio Ferdinand and James Milner.
The Wales captain became the first British player to win the Champions League five times...
“Not many players can say they’ve done that, so credit to him. He deserves all the plaudits, absolutely."