The 21-year-old found his first-team chances limited at the Bernabeu with 24 appearances in all competitions, scoring nine goals.
There has been strong speculation that he could leave the European champions for Real Betis but with Zinedine Zidane’s shock exit, he will consider his options.
“I knew you would ask me about Betis,” said Mayoral on an Instagram question and answer session.
“They are a good team with a good coach, but I have a contract with Madrid and we’ll see what happens with the new coach.”
However, the Whites’ Champions League success and Barca’s costly defeat at Levante, ending their unbeaten run, took some of the shine off the season.
Messi, though, insists he has never been focused on Real’s exploits and is only ever concerned with what Barcelona do.
Speaking in an interview with Sport, he said: “I want to win. What the other teams do doesn’t interest me.
“As a Barcelona player, and when we’re not [left] in a competition, I never want our main rival to win. But, first of all, I want to win myself.”
The Sunday Mirror reports that the Welshman is a top target for new Bavarians coach Niko Kovac but Bale, who scored two goals in the Champions League final against Liverpool to seal his fourth European Cup medal with Los Blancos, would prefer to play in England again.
Zizou and Bale did not see eye to eye in what was largely a troubled campaign for the flying winger, the showpiece Kiev final aside.
Bale is set to make a call on his future in the coming weeks after he meets with Whites hierarchy.