'Enjoy boys' – Gareth Bale reveals he missed Real Madrid's LaLiga celebrations due to back spasm but congratulates team

REAL Madrid misfit Gareth Bale has revealed he missed Real Madrid's La Liga title celebrations due to a back spasm.

The Wales captain took to Twitter to reveal he was unable to join in with the celebrations due to the injury.

Real Madrid clinched the title by thrashing Espanyol 4-0, with Bale nowhere to be seen due to his injury.

However, crocked stars Eden Hazard and Nacho were both present despite their own injuries.

The Welshman later tweeted: "CAMPEONES. So disappointed that I’m not able to be part of the celebrations this evening due to a bad back spasm but really proud of the team for winning the title! Enjoy tonight boys!"

The forward returned to the Spanish capital last summer having spent a year on loan with Tottenham.

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But it has been a miserable campaign for the winger, who made FIVE appearances with just a single goal.

Bale had suffered with a knee injury but also faced a frustrating period on the bench.

With his contract expiring at the end of the season, it will signal the end of his nightmare in Madrid.

Bale's representatives are in talks with MLS outfit DC United over a switch Stateside.

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The club are prepared to make him their highest-paid player in history after Wayne Rooney, according to The Washington Post.

Bale signed for Real in 2013 for a then-record £85million fee and went on to win three LaLiga titles and four Champions League trophies.

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