Gareth Bale left out of Real Madrid squad to face Manchester City

Gareth Bale left out of Real Madrid squad to face Manchester City
Gareth Bale has made just 14 starts in all competitions this season for Real Madrid (GettyImages)

Gareth Bale was not included in Real Madrid squad that will face City despite not been injured or Suspended.

Gareth Bale has been left out of Zinedine Zidane 24-man squad that will tackle Manchester City at the Etihad.

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Real Madrid lost the first leg of the round of 16-tie 2-1 at Santiago Bernabeu in February.

 

Bale only featured for 99 minutes in Madrid last matches in the league that saw Los Blancos crowned champions of La Liga for the 2019/20 season.

 

With three goals in fourteen starts for the winger, Bale has had one of his most difficult seasons since he arrived in Spain.

 

He has been pictured on the bench during games bottle flipping, sleeping and pretending to watch games through binoculars in recent weeks.

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The Welshman has two years left on his contract, and his agent recently confirmed that insisting he won’t leave the Spanish capital soon.

 

The other absentee on the list is Colombian international James Rodriguez, who has equally struggled to find a spot in Zidane’s squad.

 

Real traveled with capital Sergio Ramos, although he will not feature due to suspension after been Red carded in the first leg of the encounter at the Bernabeu.

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