Guillem Balague reveals why Gareth Bale has finally decided to leave Real Madrid

Gareth Bale decides to leave Real Madrid

The front page of AS on Tuesday is definitive: Gareth Bale has had “enough” of being at Real Madrid.

Real Madrid fans are given further insight into why Bale wants to leave the club on the AS splash:

The Welshman, annoyed by his exclusion from the Champions League team, wants to leave this summer, he feels mistreated by Zidane and has been shown little respect in Madrid.

Gareth Bale upset after Club Brugge

AS have gotten their story from Spanish football expert Guillem Balague.

According to Balague, the straw which broke the camel’s back was Bale’s exclusion from Real Madrid’s Champions League clash against Club Brugge last week.

Club Brugge drew 2-2 with Los Blancos at the Santiago Bernabeu.

While Bale was omitted from the Real squad against the Belgians, it’s been claimed that Bale was ordered to attend the match.

Indeed, video footage recorded Bale arriving at the Brugge game four minutes after kick-off.

Guillem Balague on Gareth Bale

Guillem Balague has now revealed that Bale is “fed up”, as well as “angry and confused” at Real Madrid.

It’s claimed that Bale still doesn’t understand why he was excluded from last week’s Champions League clash.

Readers are told:

For the first time since arriving in Madrid in the summer of 2013, the Welshman wants to leave the club.

Where could Gareth Bale go?

That issue is ignored by Guillem Balague.

For the record, Bale is under contract at the Santiago Bernabeu until 2022.

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