Gareth Bale reinjures left calf muscle, Real Madrid reveal.
Gareth Bale has reinjured his left calf muscle and will be out inconclusively, Real Madrid said on Monday.
The soleus damage implies the Wales star is liable to miss the Champions League conflict on Wednesday against Paris Saint-Germain
“Following the tests carried out on Gareth Bale in the Sanitas la Moraleja University Hospital, the player has been diagnosed with a soleus muscle injury in his left leg. His recovery will continue to be assessed,” the club said on their website.
Parcel limped out of a month ago’s 4-0 Champions League Group A win at home to Shakhtar Donetsk with a calf harm, the fourth time in only two years he has harmed the leg.
Parcel played 45 minutes in Real Madrid’s 3-0 win over Levante and was substituted by Lucas Vazquez. On Sunday he went to a private facility for treatment, AS reported, and on Monday he didn’t prepare with the group.
Bunch played in both of Wales’ memorable Euro 2016 qualifying matches a week ago against Bosnia-Herzegovina and Andorra. Capability came regardless of a 2-0 rout in Bosnia, the first turn around in 11 focused matches, however Wales still made it to France next summer after Cyprus had finished Israel’s trusts of a Group B main two spot with a 2-1 win in Jerusalem.
Real Madrid mentor Rafa Benitez conceded after Saturday’s match that Bale was drained.
“After the 2-0 score and with the intense week he had, we saw that he was tired and that was the moment to put fresh legs in the match,” Benitez said.
AS reported that Bale is likely to miss both the Champions League match as well as Saturday’s La Liga game against Celta Vigo.