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Golf blamed for Gareth Bale's injury woes

12 Octubre 2017

Zidane will probably choose not to risk a key player for a game that shouldn't pose too many problems for the reigning champions with a view to the visit of Tottenham, who are second in Group H only by dint of the alphabet. The next three or four years are meant to be the best years of his career. "No, [although] I don't know who the people are who choose these things and, to be honest, I don't take too much notice of these rankings of the best players, the best teams".

Former Real Madrid head coach John Toshack has said in an interview on Spanish radio that Gareth Bale's repeated injuries could be down to his playing position at Los Blancos. Whatever the outcome, Rose will be keen to get some time on the pitch with the World Cup approaching - has he burned his bridges at Spurs?

Real Madrid are willing to offer Gareth Bale to Manchester United after the Welshman's latest injury blow.

But seriously, 3 Real Madrid superstars for 1 Tottenham superstar (as good as he is), that'll be the day! It is reported that Kane could end up costing a huge fee of £179m.

The Sun reports on Wednesday that Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil finds himself in something of a no-man's land with no clubs prepared to meet his salary demands. As wonderful as the great man is on his own, Benzema's selflessness and superb off-the-ball running are what help make the Portuguese so very deadly, and so very prolific.

Therefore, Perez also aims to add Benzema and Modric to the equation.

It is quite surprising to see that Madrid would be ready to let go of three of their biggest players in recent history.

The Wales international was heavily linked with a move to the Europa League holders in the summer transfer window but a deal failed to come to fruition despite talk of Real Madrid signing Kylian Mbappe. Benzema has been an invaluable asset in Madrid's frontline for a while now.

The Argentine is yet to commit to terms agreed at Camp Nou in July and could open the door to a move in the New Year rather than enter the free agent pool.

Golf blamed for Gareth Bale's injury woes