I’m going to lose my Bale back number. Power 16 instead of 11.
Gareth Bale, who finished on loan at Tottenham Hotspur, will return to Real Madrid in the new season. It’s been a long time since Real Madrid lost its starting position, but this time it’s time to lose its back number.
Since joining Real Madrid ahead of the 2013-2014 season, Bale has been wearing 11 times. When he was a Tottenham Hotspur player, he wore 16 times in the beginning, but he usually played with 3 times, and 9 times were engraved on his back while playing as a Tottenham Hotspur rental student in the 2020-2021 season.
11 is a familiar number for Real Madrid’s Bale. But this season, Real Madrid will give No. 11 to another player instead of Bale. According to Spain’s Diario As, Marco Ascencio, who wore number 11 when Bale was absent last season, is likely to continue using the number.
Bale’s number is expected to be 16 when Luca Jovic left for Frankfurt, Eintracht, where he lost his owner. Or you could end up in the late 20s to the 30s.
Other players are also getting ready to change their numbers. Casemiro, who used to play 14 times, wants to play 5 times, which was used for the Brazilian national team. With Rafael Baran leaving for Manchester United, he is now able to use five.
Martin Odegard, who played in a pre-season game against the Rangers, wore 21 times after returning to loan, and Yovi secured 18 times instead of 16.