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'Now we know why Zidane leaves Bale on the bench': Fans react to incredible photos of outcast letting his hair down on Wales duty Gareth Bale left fans aghast as he revealed how overgrown his hair has gotten The forward showed off full extent of his locks as he let his hair down in training Bale is currently on Wales duty for their Nations League games later this week  Hundreds of fans were quick to express their shock at Bale's hair on social media 

By Jordan Seward For Mailonline

Published: 18:10 BST, 2 September 2020 | Updated: 20:33 BST, 2 September 2020

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Gareth Bale looks set for the chop at this summer and fans reckon his hair could do with one as well.

The Madrid star shocked fans as he showed off his mane of hair during Wednesday's training session with Wales.

Bale is away on international duty and has trained with the squad this week ahead of their Nations League matches with Finland and Bulgaria.

Fans were knocked for six after pictures emerged showing how long Gareth Bale's hair has got

Fans were knocked for six after pictures emerged showing how long Gareth Bale's hair has got

The Wales star took down his man bun and showed off his locks in training on Wednesday

The Wales star took down his man bun and showed off his locks in training on Wednesday

During Wednesday's session, Bale was snapped taking his hair down from his trademark man bun revealing the full extent of his flowing locks - which is a rare occurrence in front of the cameras.

Bale has become an outcast at Madrid, having only made five appearances since the turn of the year and one fan joked his overgrown barnet may be the reason Zinedine Zidane is not playing him.

Hundreds of other fans took to social media to express their surprise at just how long and out of control Bale's hair has gotten.

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