Gareth Bale to undergo tests after being ruled out of Champions League tie for Real Madrid
The world's most expensive player is still suffering from a thigh problem ahead of the game against FC Copenhagen
Tuesday 01 October 2013
Gareth Bale has been ruled out of Real Madrid's Champions League match against FC Copenhagen on Wednesday because of a thigh problem.
The world's most expensive player was left out of Carlo Ancelotti's 21-man squad for the clash at the Bernabeu after training apart from his team-mates on Tuesday afternoon in the club's gym.
A statement on the Madrid website confirmed Bale was struggling with a thigh problem and would undergo tests tomorrow.
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