Real Madrid's Gareth Bale hit by another left leg injury


Bale is yet to make an appearance for Real since late September, and the new setback is sure to cast further doubt over his long-term future at the Santiago Bernabeu.

The Portugal global has demanded that Zidane doesn't bring Bale into his starting XI for Real's next game against Atletico Madrid. However, his career at the club has since been overshadow by a number of injury problems.

Ever since his world-record move in 2014, Bale has been the target of transfer moves from several European giants, including Manchester United.

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Bale's injuries have prevented him from gaining the trust of manager Zinedine Zidane, who now prefers to play Isco instead of the Welshman.

However, thanks to Bale's struggles, it seems as though the three of them will never be able to unleash their potential together on the pitch. He said,"Gareth has been injured for a long time".

Injury-prone Gareth Bale is set for set for a new spell on the sidelines after the Real Madrid star suffered a "strain to the middle third of the adductor longus muscle in his left leg" during a training session on Thursday (9 November).

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Bale, 28, has been sidelined with a calf injury but is expected to be fit for the La Liga game.

The club did not specify a timeline for his return, but Marca reported Bale could be out of action until December.

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