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The advert revolves around a number of British footballers discussing an "unlimited subs" rule to promote BT TV.
Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold receives a phone and quips: "Some of you might actually get a game now," when asked about the rule.
The camera then pans out to Bale, who is stood on a golf course and decked out in golfing attire.
Unlimited subs. Here we go...#UnlimitedSubs #flexibleBTTV #ad @bt_uk pic.twitter.com/226DZIR1Xm
- Gareth Bale (@GarethBale11) August 29, 2020
Looking frustrated, the Welshman drops his phone and walks away in disgust.
Bale has fallen out of favour in Madrid under Zinedine Zidane and refused to travel for a Champions League clash with Manchester City last month.
The 31-year-old played in just two games following football's return from suspension and his antics on the bench show he really isn't bothered anymore.
Fans have reacted to the advert and they love Bale for poking fun at the situation.
Good that you can laugh at yourself.
A quality a very few sportsman have.
- JB ☬:soccer::flag_black: (@JAGBASSI10) August 29, 2020
That's a great ad! Nice u can see the funny side too :heart_eyes:
- DC travelling BFG (@DeltCharlie80) August 29, 2020
Fair play to whoever got Gareth Bale to agree to this. Incredible. https://t.co/PUpNmWkiGa
- Matt Addison (@MattAddison97) August 29, 2020
I love how in on the joke Gareth Bale is, he just does not give a shit https://t.co/8yX6JEVUoj
- harry (@HWestwoodP) August 29, 2020
There might be another Messi, another Cristiano, another Pele or whatever. But there will be just one Gareth Bale ffs :sob::sob::sob: https://t.co/k47hnAQBdF
- The end is near (@Ashtu2000) August 29, 2020
Despite Bale's future looking uncertain, it is unlikely that he leaves the Spanish capital this summer.
The Sun say his plan is to see out the remaining two years on his contract at the Santiago Bernabeu, which will reportedly see him earn a massive £60 million due to his handsome pay packet and bonus payments.
Bale is doing this to get back at his employers for blocking a proposed move to the Chinese Super League last summer.
Back in 2019, the former Tottenham Hotspur winger looked poised to sign for Jiangsu Suning on a €22 million-a-year contract.
Madrid then pulled out of the deal and it collapsed at the last second.
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