With the exception of last season, Gareth Bale scored at least 10 goals, across all competitions, for Real Madrid in each campaign since arriving in 2013.
The forward, currently struggling at Tottenham, was crucial in helping Los Blancos win trophies in his first seasons in Madrid, scoring in the Copa del Rey and Champions League finals against Barcelona and Atlético Madrid respectively.
Last summer, the Welshman returned to Spurs on a season-long loan deal after he failed to feature regularly in the previous campaign.
Zinedine Zidane stopped counting on the 31-year-old, which was the major reason the player was looking to move away from the La Liga winners.
The attacker returned to the Premier League after collecting 13 medals during his seven years at Real Madrid.
Barcelona defender Gerard Piqué has told Spanish internet celebrity Ibai Llanos that Bale was not treated well at Real Madrid.
“Gareth was mistreated a bit. He scored goals for you in the Champions League finals, which has been very important and vital in many Real Madrid titles. You can be passionate about golf, you don’t have to [spend your] 24 hours on football. In the end each of us has our history and we try to manage it as we may,” Piqué was quoted as saying by Marca.
Bale has struggled under José Mourinho’s guidance and multiple reports have indicated the player will not continue at Tottenham beyond this season.