Ryan Giggs unconcerned with reduced gametime for Bale and Ramsey

Wales manager Ryan Giggs has said that he is unconcerned with the limited gametime for Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey at the club level. The attacking duo have been sidelined with a couple of minor injuries during the course of the current campaign and they have recently found themselves on the bench for their respective clubs.

In an interview covered by Sky Sports, Giggs acknowledged that the duo have not had a regular run of games this season but he is not overly concerned over the same, he told: “He's done OK this season Gareth regarding games. Obviously the last couple of weeks he has not featured but the hope is for every player that they get enough games. I've always said he's [Ramsey] at a fantastic club. It's his first year, I think he's done well, scored the winner a couple of weeks ago and obviously he was a big reason for us qualifying with his contribution in that last game against Hungary scoring two goals.”

Bale has been with Real Madrid since the summer of 2013 but over the past few years, there has been the speculation that he could part ways with the club. He has had a mixed relationship with the fans during that period but continues to remain committed to the Madrid giants, as per the comments made by the representative.

Elsewhere, Ramsey has spent just eight months with Juventus after the free transfer move from Arsenal last summer. He has struggled with regular muscular concerns and that have hampered his chances of making the starting XI. Still, he continues to earn the support from Bianconeri boss Mauricio Sarri, who has backed him to find his best form during the backend of the campaign. Both Bale and Ramsey are expected to make the Wales squad for the upcoming international friendlies.