The Welshman has fallen down the pecking order at the Bernabeu with manager Zinedine Zidane even refusing to bring him off the bench as they slumped to a defeat at home to Real Betis last week.
Bale is on a whopping £650,000-a-week contract but it’s understood Los Blancos are desperate to get him off the wage bill as they look to revamp their attacking options this summer.
And it looks as though supporters are desperate to see the 29-year-old go too.
Spanish newspaper AS ran a poll giving Real fans their verdict on each player and whether they should stay or leave.
Almost five million took part in the survey and only nine per cent believe Bale should stay at Real.
Mariano Diaz, Zidane’s son Luca, Dani Ceballos and Isco were also urged to go. Meanwhile, Dani Caravajal, Vinicius Jr, Sergio Ramos, Brahim Diaz and Alvaro Odriozola were the top five players the fans want to see stay.
Bale went straight down the tunnel following Zidane’s latest snub on Sunday and did not wave goodbye to the Bernabeu crowd because ‘he has no plans to leave Real Madrid this summer’, according to reports in Spain.
Marca wrote on Tuesday, Bale ‘did not say goodbye to anyone; not his team-mates, not the coaching fans, nor the supporters because he has no plans to leave.