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Betis game could be the last for up to nine Madrid players

Keylor, Nacho, Reguilón, Ceballos, Isco, Llorente and Bale could all play their final games for Los Blancos. Vallejo, suspended, and Mariano, injured, could also leave.

Bale y Keylor, en su último entrenamiento del año en Valdebebas.
Paco CamposEFE

As the LaLiga season draws to a close on Sunday, Real Madrid's final game against Betis at the Bernabéu could be the last time as many as nine first-team players represent the club.


The players who may bid the Bernabéu farewell on Sunday include: Keylor Navas, Nacho, Marcos Llorente, Dani Ceballos, Isco and Gareth Bale. For Jesús Vallejo, suspended, and Mariano, injured, their last game for Madrid may have been against Villarreal, despite both getting their names on the scoresheet on that occasion. 

Reguilón could be the last name on the list, with the left-back looking to get more playing-time elsewhere. However, the options available are likely to be short-term loan deals.


Whether the Betis game is the Welshaman's last for the club remains to be seen. Bale has been included in the 19-man squad, but has endured a rocky season, further compounded by the return of Zidane and a near-total breakdown in their relationship, and reports point to him leaving this summer, despite being under contract until 2022. 


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