Gareth Bale continues to troll Real Madrid and do Gareth Bale things on the bench.

In the latest episode of Gareth Bale Watch, the Wales winger was seen on the bench during Monday night’s clash with Granada donning a makeshift pair of binoculars as he found himself in between moments of unusual game time. Always looking for new ways to have fun.

Although Madrid are on the verge of a first La Liga title since 2017, Bale has not exactly played a major role in the club’s success this season.

Wells, golf, binoculars.

— 90 Minutes (@90min_Football) July 13, 2020

The 30-year-old has featured just twice since the restart and 16 times in total this season, with the former Tottenham star much loved by Zinedine Zidane and embroiled in a cold war with the Spanish press.

However, Bell apparently isn’t letting the situation get to him.

Last week, he was pictured with a face mask over his eyes as he stretched out on the touchline, as Los Blancos beat Alves 2-0, an image that sparked a thousand angry headlines.

‘A guide to winning incredible fans’ by Gareth Bale.

Innovative use of face masks watched from the stands as Real Madrid beat Alaves.


— The Lowdown League ???⚽️ (@LaLigaLowdown) July 11, 2020

Bale’s bench moves have become a post-lockdown feature, with the Welshman’s latest move to play a little game of I spy to pass the time.

Last summer, ‘The Golfer’ looked set to join Chinese Super League side Jiangsu Suning only for Florentino Perez to pull the plug on the deal at the eleventh hour.

Great to see Gareth Bale again

— Scott Saunders (@_scottsaunders) June 9, 2020

Although he may not be wanted by Zidane (or the Madrid press), Bale is happy to see out his mega-contract in Spain, which runs until 2022, while the economic impact of the pandemic has made a summer transfer even more difficult. .

His agent Jonathan Barnett has repeatedly played down transfer links, recently telling BBC Radio 4 that a move to Newcastle this summer is unlikely.

Bale in its natural habitat this season / Juan Manuel Serrano Arce/Getty Images

“He is happy to play for Real Madrid,” Barnett said, as quoted by Madrid’s managing director.

“This is the life he wants to lead, not a new project. From a financial point of view, he won’t need much money for the rest of his life and even the lives of his children and grandchildren.

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