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Gareth Bale returns to full training in boost for Real Madrid

07 Noviembre 2017 report Real chief Zinedine Zidane as saying: "He won't be in the squad (for this weekend) and he won't go with his national team. Those that write us off will be put in their place", said a bullish Ramos.

Both Carvajal and Bale have returned to training, but according to Zidane, they will not feature against Las Palmas on Sunday.

As other Champions League contenders spent hundreds of millions, Madrid made a $90 million profit as Alvaro Morata, James Rodriguez, Pepe and Danilo were allowed to leave.

So too does Dani Carvajal, although the defender is back in training after recovering from a heart problem.

"The players that have arrived have a lot of potential".

His influence on the team is undeniable and his shoes are too big to fill.

"We also miss Carvajal and Bale".

"It is not a worse squad but it has less experience and that is very important".

However, Barcelona's club record start to a La Liga season has left Zidane's men with precious little room for error.

Madrid have found themselves in poor form of late, suffering two successive losses against Girona and Tottenham respectively- only the second time Zidane has seen back-to-back defeats.

Real Madrid's game against Las Palmas will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

The Catalans welcome Sevilla to the Camp Nou on Saturday with the chance to open up an 11-point gap on Real on a run of 14 wins and two draws in their last 16 matches.

Wales forward Gareth Bale is back in training and looks set to return this week following a month on the sidelines due to injury.

Atletico Madrid are level with cross city rivals Real in fourth but in need of a reaction to a dreadful week as their Champions League campaign looks over after being held 1-1 at home by Azerbaijani champions Qarabag.

Meanwhile, Germany midfielder Toni Kroos is reportedly the THIRD Real player on the radar of Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.

Gareth Bale returns to full training in boost for Real Madrid