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Gareth Bale will be out for two months and will not play again until early November. This is clear from the tests that have been carried out on the Welshman, who suffered a muscle tear in the hamstrings of his right leg last Saturday the 11th, during a training session at the Santiago Bernabéu. He has been absent for a week and the estimate is that he will be at least seven more.

The journalist Miguel Ángel Díaz, from Cadena COPE; He advanced on Twitter that Bale's estimated loss after the tests carried out is between eight and ten weeks; TOS was able to consult Real Madrid sources to confirm that the base period in which the injury is going to move is about eight weeks offAlthough, since it is a significant muscle tear, the margins regarding the period of inactivity, both below and above, are wide.

Bale has already missed the League matches against Celta and the Champions League against Inter, and if the base forecast of two months of absence is fulfilled, which would end on November 6, the Welshman would not play against Valencia, Mallorca, Villarreal, Sheriff, Espanyol, Athletic, Shakhtar, Barcelona, ​​Osasuna, Elche, Shakhtar again and Rayo Vallecano. There are 14 games out of the game, although it benefits him that the October break and also that of November sneaks in the middle, so the date set to try his return would be the weekend of November 20 and 21, before the Granada in the Nuevo Los Cármenes.

Bale had started the season with good feelings, playing well against Alavés and scoring at Levante's home. And in the national team break he looked great with Wales, scoring three goals against Belarus in Kazan to give three vital points to his country, in the fight to enter the World Cup in Qatar 2022. This new injury, the 24th he suffers as a Madrid footballer, is a new stick for the Briton, to which Ancelotti planned to give a lot of prominence.