Gareth Bale
Gareth Bale suffered a knee injury in Champions League encounter with Manchester City David Ramos/Getty Images

Real Madrid star Gareth Bale has provided a huge boost to manager Zinedine Zidane ahead of decisive La Liga trip to Deportivo de la Coruna on Saturday (14 May) after returning to training. However, Jese missed the session due to flu while academy winger Lucas Vazquez remained on the sidelines.

Los Blancos will travel to Riazor one point behind Barcelona on the table, meaning that a victory will see them clinch La Liga title should the Catalans drop points in their visit to Granada.

Zidane is expected to have his XI gala ready to play the decisive game after Keylor Navas, Dani Carvajal and Luka Modric took part in the training session following injury spells, which saw them missing last weekend's victory over Valencia.

Meanwhile, Bale too was absent in the game against Los Che after suffering a strain in his right knee in last week's Champions League victory over Manchester City. His participation against Deportivo had been under more doubt after the former Tottenham star failed to complete the workout following two days off.

Yet, the club have now revealed that the Welshman returned to full training on Tuesday and looks to be in contention to allow Zidane deploy his potent 'BBC' attack in full [Bale, Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo].

📷⚽😀@GarethBale11 completed today's training session with the rest of the squad!#RMCity #HalaMadrid

— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadriden) 12 de mayo de 2016

"Real Madrid continue preparations for their decisive final match in La Liga against Deportivo (Saturday, 5:00pm, CEST). The Whites trained at Real Madrid City with the addition of Gareth Bale, who completed the session with the group," the club confirmed.

However, Jese missed the workout along Lucas Vazquez, who remains a doubt for the game after the Spaniard picked up a medial collateral sprain in his left knee during the game against Valencia.

The club added: "Jesé did not train as he is suffering from flu, while Lucas Vázquez continues his recovery process.