Welsh forward Gareth Bale is set to risk the wrath of Real Madrid if he participates in the Thursday friendly against Spain.
Real Madrid chiefs are not happy with Bale’s decision to link up with Ryan Giggs’ team ahead of the international break.
Bale has struggled with minor injuries, he was unable to last for the full 90 minutes against Atletico Madrid in the El-Derbi and he missed the trip to Russia in the Champions League against CSKA Moscow due to a muscle problem.
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Bale was substituted against the defeat against Alaves in the La Liga with 20 minutes to go as Real Madrid continue their winless and goalless run in four consecutive games.
Despite the precaution taken by Real Madrid to see Bale enjoy a maintain a fitness level that could help the team, The Welsh forward linked up with Wales with the hope to feature against Republic Ireland after he was ruled out in the clash against La Roja.
The report in Telemadrid says the club is unhappy with Bale’s decisions to choose country over club
after failing to step up since the exit of Cristiano Ronaldo.