Bale was an unused substitute on Wednesday at Bayern Munich, where Real Madrid won 2-1 in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final, raising renewed questions about his long-term future at the Bernabeu.
Their squad is littered with talent, but one of the most important players this season has been Isco.
"I don't know how significant the first-leg advantage will be in the Champions League".
There was a sense of confusion as Mayoral doubled Real Madrid's lead on the stroke of half-time against Leganes, with the linesman initially ruling out the close-range finish for offside before consulting with the referee.
Realistically though, they have no chance.
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"We need to do everything you can think of in football and give everything to reach our objective which is to reach the final". "The players always has to be on top form for the coach".
Gareth Bale is extremely frustrated with his lack of playing time at Real Madrid but remains happy at the club and has no plans to push for a move.
Speaking on the player's condition at Santiago Bernabeu, Ferdinand told BT Sport, "One thing we were all talking about here in the studio before the game finished, making those substitutions and Gareth Bale doesn't get on the pitch is a huge statement".
Zidane labelled Los Blancos' upcoming Champions League second leg as the "biggest game of the year" during his post-match press conference.
"But we're prepared and we're determined".
Leganes are just about guaranteed safety this season, sitting on 40 points, 12 above 18th place with four matches left to play.