Fear of another Bale relapse

Gareth Bale continues to give Real Madrid headaches. The correct performance of the Welshman last Saturday against Villarreal has once again placed him among the players that Ancelotti can turn to when the starters drop out.

The big problem that now looms over the player is his physical condition. As reported ‘El Larguero’ from Cadena SER, in the club There are doubts that he can play two games in a row No risk of re-injury. The fear of a possible relapse that would add to his already long list of injuries keeps Real Madrid on alert.

“In the player’s environment they want calm. They don’t say that the player is at 100% to be a starter again” this Tuesday against PSG, said Antón Meana. For his part, Antonio Romero assured that “To think that tomorrow Bale can start is a chimera”.

Based on this information, the player it would not have been ‘erased’ from any party this season. The reason for his continued absences would be the physical problems that the Welshman has been dragging since last August.

Bale’s performance against Villarreal at La Cerámica has fueled the debate about his possible return to the starting eleven. George Valdano, In El Tercer Tiempo de #Vamos, he defended the ownership of the Welshman in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16 against PSG: “It’s a unique case. He’s a great player, it’s reality. Bale seems to me the best possibility. The psychological characteristics of the players also matter and we have already said it, Bale is excited by big occasions. We have already seen it in the Champions League finals, for example. There are players who get smaller and others who get bigger.

Gareth Bale’s ownership depends to a certain extent on Karim Benzema. The Frenchman has been in charge of going out to a press conference, something usual in players who are starters the next day. In addition, he has held a speech that raises optimism in Real Madrid: “If I have to force, I will force”. In the event that he stays on the bench so as not to take any risk, the Welshman could start from the start. There are other options like Isco, Luka Jovic, Hazard, Rodrygo-Asensio-Vinicius or putting in a fourth midfielder.

also exists a possibility, although considerably lower, that Bale will start even with Benzema in the lineup. Then, I would start from the right wing in Carletto’s 4-3-3. The left would be for Vinicius and in the other lane he would fight for a gap with Marco Asensio or Rodrygo.

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Fear of another Bale relapse