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Everybody Reckons Gareth Bale’s Real Madrid Career is now Definitely Over

Everybody Reckons Gareth Bale’s Real Madrid Career is now Definitely Over

Gareth Bale was hauled off in Real Madrid‘s Champions League clash against Juventus tonight – and now pretty much everyone thinks the Welshman’s time in Spain is over.

After winning last week’s quarter-final first-leg in Italy 3-0, there were little fears for the defending champions, but a first-half brace from Mario Mandzukic turned the tie on its head, and prompted Real boss Zinedine Zidane to make some big changes at half-time.

Bale was given the nod to start against the Turin side but a disappointing first 45 minutes prompted the legendary French coach to bring him off at the break, with Lucas Vasquez replacing him.

Bale has been linked continuously with moves back to England, particularly with Manchester United, and after tonight’s humiliation, he might be seriously considering his options:

Is Bale’s time with Real Madrid coming to an end?

And with his 29th birthday looming on the horizon this summer, should one of England’s big guns fork out the mammoth fee it would take to prise him away?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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