AS, another significant sport daily, wrote: "Bale qualifies for the Euros and makes fun of Madrid".
Want-away forward, Gareth Bale, has intensified effort to force a move away from Real Madrid after the Welshman celebrated his country's Euro 202 qualification with a controversial flag, fueling his strained relationship with the Spanish giants.
The flag was taken from the crowd after Welsh fans made a slogan out of comments made by former Real star and director of football Predrag Mijatovic during an interview with Spanish radio station Cadena Ser last month.
Bale produced a solid performance in Wales' 2-0 win over Hungary that booked their ticket for next summer's European Championship.
Bale played in the crucial wins over Azerbaijan and Hungary despite not featuring for his club since the October worldwide break because of injury, prompting further questions over his commitment to Real's cause.
As for now, whether he will play or not Bale should be ready for fans reaction when Madrid hosts Real Sociedad at the Bernabeu on Saturday.
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And asked if he thought Bale would leave, he replied: "What I can say is that he's fine, he's back with us after his injury, and now he is available and that's what matters to me".
"I definitely have a bit more excitement playing for Wales". At least give me an albatross! "I haven't spoken to him but that's how he comes across".
Bale has not played for Real Madrid since October 5 but his recovery came just in time for him to play twice for Wales last week, meaning he is fit to face Real Sociedad in La Liga.
But speaking to ESPN, Barnett insisted there were "no worries" for Bale ahead of his return to Madrid.
Real Madrid remained top of the table alongside Barcelona after a 4-0 thrashing of Eibar on the road before the worldwide break, while Real Sociedad fell two points behind Real Madrid after a 1-1 draw at home to Leganes. Marco Asensio is a long-term absentee after rupturing his cruciate ligament.