Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale has been selected to feature as part of Wale’s Euro 2020 qualifying squad. This decision has been made although the starring forward was last seen on the pitch last month, where he suffered an injury whilst playing for Wales in their game against Croatia where they drew 1-1.
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Bale was last seen limping off the pitch of the 13 October match against Croatia, with Wales Manager Ryan Giggs reporting that the star had suffered a cramp. Since then the star has not been featured in any of the Real Madrid squads since his return to Spain, raising speculation about the extent of his injury.
Real Madrid boss, Zinedine Zidane, came out last week stating that Bale is “back out on the pitch working to get fit again”, but refused to comment on the nature or extent of his injuries.
Ryan Giggs has come out in support of his player saying that he is confident that the star will be fit and ready to play just in time for Wales first qualifying match. He also hopes that the player will see some action in Real Madrid’s upcoming La Liga game against Eibar on Saturday,9 November.
“That’s the ideal situation, that he gets minutes before he meets us,” he said.
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Wales road to qualifying for the Euro’s sees them having to overcome some major obstacles. Firstly, they need to beat Azebaijan on 16 November as well as win in their home game against Hungary. Secondly their success relies on Slovakia losing points in their upcoming 2 games.