Saturday, 3 June 2017

Zidane Refuse To Disclose On Gareth Bale's Fate Ahead Of Champions League Final

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has refused say whether Gareth Bale will start a Champions League final in his home city. Bale has declared himself fit for Real Madrid's showdown with Juventus at the national stadium of Wales on Saturday after a calf problem.
The Wales forward has not played since coming off in the first half of El Clasico on April 23, and admitted he may have rushed his return following an operation in November. Spanish international Isco shone in Bale's absence as Real secured their first La Liga title since 2012, and manager Zidane remained coy on his selection headache at his final pre-match press conference in Cardiff.

He said “I'm not going to tell you who's going to play tomorrow, Isco and Bale are two players who can also play together; in the long run, anything can happen. When I look at my squad, what's good is that they're all ready and willing to play. It's not only mentally, of course, they have to be ready physically too. That's what I'm interested in right now, everyone in good shape and at a high level.”

Real are aiming to become European champions for a record 12th time.

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