Gareth Bale celebrates the qualification of the Euro 2020 with his teammates singing and parading a flag of Wales that says & # 39; Wales. It was also designed as a pointed joke aimed a perceived media agenda against him.
"Bale has been at Madrid for many years now and doesn't appear to have integrated with his team-mates".
The report further said that some members of the club thought the celebrations were amusing, but expressed concerns that the player might see further breaking down of relations with the fans.
Zidane has long had an issue with Bale yet has decided not to respond to his latest antics.
Real Madrid has not made any remarks about the flag yet.
Zidane is reportedly willing to overlook Bale's controversy to avoid more strained relationship with the winger.
Mijatovic recently said, "I think Gareth Bale is a very particular kind of person", and then further added, "I don't know him personally, but from what I've read of the comments he has made, he seems quite a particular type, which might mean he comes across as being a bit unusual". It is a thing that is too much.
"It depends on what Mourinho thinks of him but I'm sure the fans at Tottenham have very good memories of him there. Golf. Madrid & # 39; flag", while Sport asked if Bale should be punished by his club. That's what interests me, then everyone can give their opinion, " explained.
That was in response to the first question at the media briefing on Friday.
But until then, if Bale is fit, Zidane will use him - regardless of the inevitable jeers which will ring around the Bernabeu for their new public enemy number one. I just watch sports performance, "said the French coach".
In fact, there would be five more.
"I'm ready. I hadn't played in four weeks so it was important to get 60 minutes into my legs and get some match sharpness", added Bale.
That's where the Wales fans got the phrase from, and so Bale posing with it might reasonably be seen as a way of him biting back at the criticism he has received. It's not my role.