Gareth Bale will NOT be involved in Real Madrid’s last LaLiga match of the season after being pictured on the verge of title celebrations and snoozing on the bench
- Gareth Bale will not be involved in Real Madrid’s last LaLiga match of the season
- Bale has become a peripheral figure in Zidane’s squad that took the title
- The Welshman was a distant figure in the title celebrations and outraged fans
- He was depicted as taking a nap while sitting on the bench of a league game
Gareth Bale will not be involved as new champions Real Madrid face Leganes in their last LaLiga game of the season on Sunday.
The Welsh international, who was a peripheral figure in the title run of Real, has not been included in the 22-man squad for the game released by the club.
Bale was an unused substitute, as Real took the crown on Thursday with a 2-1 win over Villarreal and have only started one game since the season resumed after the interruption of the corona virus last month.
Gareth Bale has been left out of Real Madrid’s last LaLiga squad of the season against Leganes
Bale has become a peripheral figure in Real’s title run with a shaky relationship with Zidane
Omitting the attacker is likely to spark further speculation about his future in Bernabeu, having only been portrayed on the brink of title-winning celebrations this week.
The Welshman was celebrating almost sarcastically feeble and was depicted with his arms folded as his teammates threw manager Zinedine Zidane – a figure he didn’t get on well with.
Bale, who turned 31 on Thursday, seemed to lose sight of Coach Zinedine Zidane’s plans by pretending to be asleep while sitting on the couch for a game against Alaves earlier this month.
Bale infuriated fans as he pretended to take a nap while sitting on the bench of a league game
He also joked during training sessions as he posed for several photos pretending to take a golf swing – in reference to his previous’ Wales. Golf. The Madrid fiasco that infuriated the Madrid faithful.
Bale, who is contracted until 2022, has won the Champions League four times since joining Real from Tottenham seven years ago in a £ 85.3 million deal.
He was almost out the door last summer in a move to the Chinese Super League, but Los Blancos pulled out of the deal in the closing moments.