Real Madrid continued down to Alaves this weekend, but has traveled to meet with Ryan Giggs’ team ahead of the clash in Dublin next week. WALES faces an anxious wait to see if Gareth Bale will be fit for the UEFA Nations League clash against Ireland next week. Real Madrid ace joined Ryan Giggs’ team in Cardiff on Sunday but missed training this morning as his injury was assessed.
Bale, 29, finished at the end of Real’s 1-0 La Liga defeat to Alave’s Saturday but still traveled to Wales. But it will be seen if he plays against Martin O’Neill’s side on Aviva Stadium next Tuesday. Wales watches Bale daily and Giggs will not take any risks to his talisman for his side coming friendly against Spain on Thursday. Giggs talked about Bale’s fitness last week: “Sometimes it’s not easy, especially for people like Gareth.
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Wales national football team coach Ryan Giggs says Gareth Bale could go on to become Cristiano Ronaldo’s replacement at Real Madrid. The player scored his third goal in three games to help the La Liga giant maintain their 100 per cent record this season post Ronaldo.
The Manchester United legend said Bale can handle even bigger tasks. The 29-year old has grown in the spotlight after five years in Spain so he should be comfortable with whatever is thrown his way, Giggs opines.
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