The Wales international and Real Madrid’s forward Gareth Bale limped out of Tuesday's Champions League clash against Sporting and may struggle to make an appearance when Real Madrid will play against Barcelona in December.
Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane has recently admitted that the Wales international and Real Madrid’s forward Gareth Bale may be forced to sit out the first El Clasico clash of the season after suffering an injury on Champions League clash against Sporting.
Garetch Bale has already scored 11 times for the Spanish giant Real Madrid and for his nation this season, in just 19 appearances, and is among the contenders for the 2016 Ballon d’Or.
But he may struggle to make a meeting with Barcelona on December 3 after suffering an injury on Champions League clash against Sporting.
As the Real Madrid’s head coach Zinedine Zidane told reporters after a dramatic 2-1 victory over Sporting,
"Bale has an ankle problem but he needs a thorough exam tomorrow [Wednesday] to see the extent of it.”
"It's too soon to say how long he will be out or the size of the problem. We will see, so we don't know if he will be fit for El Clasico."