Gareth Bale not included in Wales's pre-Euro 2016 training squad

Wales' midfielder Gareth Bale celebrates his goal during the Euro 2016 qualifying football match between Israel and Wales at the Sammy Ofer Stadium in the Israeli coastal city of Haifa, on March 28, 2015
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Gareth Bale is omitted from Wales's 29-man training squad ahead of this summer's European Championships.

Gareth Bale has not been named in Wales's 29-man training squad ahead of this summer's European Championships in France.

The 26-year-old was left out by manager Chris Coleman due to his commitments with Real Madrid, which include a title-deciding La Liga clash against Deportivo La Coruna and the Champions League final on May 28.

The Wales players will travel to Portugal for a training camp on May 23, and eight days later, Coleman will trim his squad down to 23 and those players will go to France for the Euros.

There were doubts over Joe Ledley's fitness after the midfielder limped off during Crystal Palace's 2-1 win over Stoke City at the weekend, but he has been included in the training squad.

Bristol City's Wes Burns is a newcomer to Coleman's squad as he joins six other forwards, including Sam Vokes, who scored the goal that sent Burnley back into the Premier League last week.

Once Wales's 23-man squad has been selected, the team will play Sweden in an international friendly in Stockholm on June 5 before their tournament opener against Slovakia six days later.

Wales pre-Euro 2016 training squad:

Wayne Hennessey (Crystal Palace)
Daniel Ward (Liverpool)
Owain Fôn Williams (Inverness Caledonian Thistle)

Ashley Williams (Swansea City)
James Chester (West Bromwich Albion)
Ben Davies (Tottenham Hotspur)
James Collins (West Ham United)
Chris Gunter (Reading)
Adam Matthews (Sunderland)
Neil Taylor (Swansea City)
Adam Henley (Blackburn Rovers)
Paul Dummett (Newcastle United)
Ashley Richards (Fulham)

Joe Ledley (Crystal Palace)
Joe Allen (Liverpool)
David Vaughan (Nottingham Forest)
Emyr Huws (Wigan Athletic)
Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace)
David Edwards (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
George Williams (Fulham)
Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal)
Andy King (Leicester City)

David Cotterill (Birmingham City)
Hal Robson-Kanu (Reading)
Tom Lawrence (Leicester City)
Simon Church (Milton Keynes Dons)
Sam Vokes (Burnley)
Wes Burns (Bristol City)
Tom Bradshaw (Walsall)

Chris Coleman leads a Wales training session on March 22, 2016
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