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Gareth Bale will always be 'in the memories of Real Madrid fans', claims Carlo Ancelotti - despite antagonising them with THAT flag and laughing when they whistled him - with Welshman set to be part of 'Farewell night at the Bernabeu' tomorrow Gareth Bale is set to leave Real Madrid on a free transfer in the summer  Bale antagonised fans with his 'Wales. Golf. Madrid' flag in November 2019 He then laughed off boos from fans in an appearance against Getafe last month  Carlo Ancelotti has reminded supporters he remains part of the club's history 

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Carlo Ancelotti insists Gareth Bale will always be 'in the memories of Real Madrid fans' despite his fractious relationship with supporters during his time at the club.

The 32-year-old Welshman is set to leave the Santiago Bernabeu on a free transfer in the summer after a topsy-turvy nine-year stint with the club.

The former Tottenham star antagonised fans in November 2019 by celebrating a Wales victory by showing a national flag with the words 'Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order.'

Carlo Ancelotti (R) insists Gareth Bale (L) will always be 'in the memories of Real Madrid fans'

Carlo Ancelotti (R) insists Gareth Bale (L) will always be 'in the memories of Real Madrid fans'

Bale's antagonised Madrid fans in 2019 with his 'Wales. Golf. Madrid. In That Order' flag

Bale's antagonised Madrid fans in 2019 with his 'Wales. Golf. Madrid. In That Order' flag

The rocky relationship between Bale and the fans has continued into this season, when he laughed off a series of boos aimed at him after coming on as a substitute in Madrid's 2-0 win against Getafe last month. 

Reports in Spain now claim he is set to be part of a 'farewell night' on home soil on Friday night for the visit of Manuel Pellegrini's Real Betis, with midfielder Isco and left-back Marcelo also potentially saying

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