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Gareth Bale is prepared to "keep trying" at Real Madrid, says his agent, with the Wales global not about to walk away from his contract despite regular snubs from Zinedine Zidane.

Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, has disagreed with the board over the role of his son, Luca, at the club, Marca reports.

Similar to Paris Saint-Germain's interest in Real Madrid's products, the Whites may head to France for some of their summer's shopping.

Since Zidane was reappointed, Bale has only played 90 minutes in three of his nine games in charge. "But it stays inside the dressing room".

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Zidane has made his intentions clear that certain stars are not part of his plans for next season, with Bale reportedly being told he is free to leave.

Pressed further on what could happen if Bale continues to be frozen out, Barnett added: "You would have to ask Mr Zidane what he wants to do". "He has got a contract, he will quite happily see it out until 2022". The goalkeeper, who will be remembered as the man between the sticks during Real Madrid's historic European success of the past decade, will bid farewell to the Bernabéu against Betis this Sunday.

But as reported by ESPN two weeks ago, Madrid were not willing to match his current £290,000-a-week deal at Old Trafford, which would mean the LaLiga club would be highly unlikely to meet the French international's astronomical wage demands. On Bale's future, Zidane said: "We have not talked about that and we're not going to talk about that". Gareth Bale is among those who would certainly not be a White next season, while he could be joined by the likes of Keylor Navas, Jesus Vallejo, Nacho Fernandez, Luka Modric, Toni Kroos, Isco and Mariano Diaz.

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