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Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale has a wish to leave the club at the end of the season, according to AS report.
The Welshman wants to exit after the latest insults he got from teammates and Real boss Zinedine Zidane.
The criticism towards the player rose, when he refused to hold the club’s badge after the Champions League defeat to PSG.
Bale was left out from the squad during the Champions League clash against Club Brugge.
Meanwhile, he was insulted by Zidane’s comment, who said the 30-year-old’s sale would be “best for everyone”.
Bale told Sky Sports: “I understand I was made more of a scapegoat than most, I take it with a pinch of salt even though maybe it’s not all fully fail. I wouldn’t say I’m playing happy but… when I am playing I am professional and always giving all I can, whether that be for club or country. I’m sure there’ll be plenty more turbulence… I suppose it’s something you’ll have to speak to Real about and it’s between me and them… we’ll have to come to some sort of conclusion.”