Incredibly, Gareth Bale is still on Real Madrid's books with less than a month of the La Liga transfer window to go. When he moved to the Spanish capital in 2013, the Welshman described it as a "dream come true". Little did he know that it would turn into a nightmare upon the return of Zinedine Zidane partway through last season. Earlier in the summer, Los Blancos' openly hostile manager told the media he hoped Bale's departure was "imminent", adding: "If it happens tomorrow, it would be better". In fact, the Daily Mail reports that Zizou has not spoken to Bale since the start of May.
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