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

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

Real Madrid and Wales forward Gareth Bale has suffered another injury setback that could see him sidelined for a further month.

Bale has not featured for the Spanish and European champions since the injury he picked up at Dortmund towards the end of September.

The Portugal worldwide has demanded that Zidane doesn't bring Bale into his starting XI for Real's next game against Atletico Madrid.

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There is no estimate for the length of time the Real star will be missing but it is just the latest in a series of injury blows that have blighted Bale in 2017.

The new injury will increase speculation that he could be sold by Real Madrid, who could use his fee to reinvest in new recruits.

Bale, 28, has only made nine appearances in all competitions this season, and was expected to face Atletico, until a setback in training. There was once a time when the trio of Bale, Karim Benzema, and Cristiano Ronaldo were thought of as the most potent trio in world football.

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The 28-year-old forward also missed Wales' final two World Cup qualifiers last month as they failed to qualify for next year's tournament in Russian Federation.

As patience wears thin in Madrid, the potential for a return to England's Premier League, where Bale was twice Players' Player of the Year with Spurs, remains a strong possibility.

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