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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeGareth Bale has been getting “unfair flak” at Real Madrid, according to Ben Davies who says his Wales team mate would be welcome back at Spurs.Bale has won the Champions League four times with the Spanish giants since leaving Tottenham in 2013 in a 85million deal.But this season the Welsh superstar, 29, has endured a turbulent campaign as fans have got on his back and he has been criticised by team mates.He is playing under his third boss this term after Zinedine Zidane returned, following Real’s 4 1 Champions League defeat to Ajax.Spurs and Wales defender Davies says he would welcome his international team mate back at the club this summer, but admits single minded Bale will determine his own fate.Ryan Giggs names the four Arsenal players he dislikedDavies,25, assessed: “He’s come under a bit of flak at Madrid recently, but for Wales he’s always been brilliant.”I’m always going to say it’s unfair, he is one of the best players in the world, we see it every day in training.”I’d definitely have him at Tottenham. But I don’t know how likely that is.”Bale is Wales’ record goalscorer with 31 goals in 74 caps and was rested for the 1 0 friendly win over Trinidad Tobago in Wrexham on Wednesday night.But he will return to spearhead Wales’ attack against Slovakia in their opening Euro 2020 qualifier today.Davies added: “He’s always the player that wants to be there and put his heart on the line for the team and I’m sure he’ll do it again.Cristiano Ronaldo comes second in Premier League best overseas player vote”We’ll see how he does on Sunday, but I’m sure he’ll put a top performance in.”Last time Wales met Slovakia was in the opening game of Euro 2016 as Chris Coleman’s side won 2 1 in Bordeaux and went on to reach the semi finals.But it all might have been very different had left back Davies not cleared a fourth minute shot by Marek Hamsik off the line at 0 0 to deny Slovakia a certain goal.Davies, who has 43 caps, added: “It was a long time ago now, but it was a special moment. Things could have been a lot different at the Euros for us had that have gone in, so it’s always nice to look back on.”I’ve seen it back a couple of times, not too recently, but they were some good memories.”Hopefully, I won’t have to do it again this time around.(Image: Action Plus via Getty Images)”At the time, it was pure instinct, but, at Spurs, we’re actually told we need to defend as high as we can and get to the ball to affect the strike, not be on the line..