Luka Modric lost it in Real Madrid training after disagreement with Gareth Bale

Gareth Bale and Luka Modric had a disagreement in training

Luka Modric and Gareth Bale know each other very well, having played alongside each other at Tottenham Hotspur and now at Real Madrid.

The two Los Blancos players are believed to get along both on and off the pitch.

For example, when Luka Modric won the FIFA Best Men's Player award in September, Bale was quick to congratulate him.

"Congratulations my friend! An unbelievable player and an unbelievable season," the Wales star tweeted.

However, the two had a minor falling out in training ahead of their game against Levante on Sunday.

With Modric in the middle of a rondo, the Croatian midfielder was upset with Bale for an unknown reason.

The two can then be seen having a disagreement.

And later on, Bale then kicked the ball at Modric, causing the 31-year-old to kick it away in rage.

The Welshman found his actions rather amusing though as he reacted by laughing.

Watch it below:

It's a moment that's unlikely to have had a damaging effect on their friendship, but it's still interesting nonetheless.

Bale has underperformed this season for Los Blancos, only scoring 12 goals in 30 games.

His form has led to criticism, with the emergence of Vinicius limiting his game-time.

But Dimitar Berbatov, Bale's former teammate at Tottenham, believes he is being unfairly blamed for anything that goes wrong at the club.

"Bale seems to get the blame for everything that goes wrong at Real Madrid, which is unfair," he said on Betfair, per Marca.

Gareth Bale and Luka Modric have played alongside each other for many years

"If you look at his stats - 12 goals in 30 appearances this season - he is still performing, but he is the whipping boy for some reason.

"If you don't feel appreciated, then you have to move on."

Bale has been linked with a return to Spurs but Berbatov is unsure whether the club have the financial power to buy him back.

"It's a question of money of course," he said. "I'm not sure Spurs can afford over 100 million pounds on a player, but Bale is a world-class talent who could play for anyone and it would be great to see him back."

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