Real Madrid Willing To Let Gareth Bale Leave On Free Transfer

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I'm the coach and I will always do what I want to do. "I don't know what's going to happen".

"The players have found it hard to be motivated, when they have been playing for nothing since my return".

Zinedine Zidane has told his superiors that he wants to significantly bolster his attack with another new addition with Chelsea's Eden Hazard on the verge of becoming the club's first summer signing.

He will also not be blamed for their league total of 68 points, their lowest in 17 years, nor the 12 defeats.

Former Madrid forward Jese Rodriguez tapped into the net unmarked in the 75th to seal the victory for Betis, who finished the season 10th in the standings but have earned away victories at the Nou Camp and the Santiago Bernabeu.

It's been evident that Real Madrid have problems on the field if reports coming out of Spain are to be believed, one of the problems off the field is offloading Gareth Bale in the summer. "However, tomorrow we've got an opportunity to go out and perform well", the 46 year-old said.

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The problem Real face is where do they offload a player like Bale who is injury prone and on big wages?

"The best thing for us is that it's over and we can think about next year", he said afterwards.

"We had 11 games, we won five, lost four, and in the end that is what it is".

"We try to give our best, but I personally didn't have a good match. We can't forget it; we have to have it very present in the future so it can help us improve". "I'd love to see him back here reminding everyone just how good he is".

Speaking after the game, Real boss Zidane said: "I'm sorry he didn't get to play, but no-one knows what will happen".

Zidane has rarely counted on Bale since he returned to the club in March nine months after stepping down, becoming Madrid's third manager of the season following the failures of Julen Lopetegui and Santiago Solari. If Eriksen wants to leave the club, then his decision is understandable as he's 27-years-old now and he would certainly want to win some major honours while he's still in the peak of his career.

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