Wales boss Chris Coleman calm over fresh Gareth Bale injury

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"I don't think they've got any choice but to be patient with him".

"When he comes with us and he is happy then we see an amazing player, and if there is somewhere he is not happy then he shouldn't be there".

Real Madrid have grown frustrated with Gareth Bale's injury struggles after he was again ruled out of action.

But following the Welshman battling through a plethora of injuries, it appears Real Madrid are prepared to listen to offers. "But if he's fit for Madrid, then obviously he's fit for us". PSG have made it be known that they would offer Jose Mourinho a job, but former PSG player and current Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino is a close second for now. "Will Real persevere with Bale, risking another injury, or will they cash in?"

"When he's happy he plays good football".

While he suffered knee problems, back issues, torn ankle joint ligament, hamstring injuries and ankle injury in his time at the White Hart Lane, injuries have kept him out every year ever since he arrived at the Santiago Bernabeu. It's incredible to believe he's picked up a different muscle injury whilst rehabilitated and almost back to full fitness. However, he has remained at Madrid and has continued to enjoy great success in the UEFA Champions League.

The sadly familiar sight of a forlorn Gareth Bale dominated Spain's sports pages on Saturday after the Real Madrid star suffered the latest in a series on injury setbacks. Emery has also reportedly fallen out with new striker Neymar, meaning there may be little he can do to save his job.

Real Madrid's famous BBC is already on its way out, with Ronaldo getting just one league goal this season, Benzema equalling that record, and Bale simply not playing.

Bale remains one of the best players in the game, but he is quickly falling behind and if he genuinely feels he has a better chance of staying fit in the Premier League or elsewhere, then he should take the leap. The German is being courted by Juventus and Manchester City, who are both interested in snapping him up on a free next summer.