The Blancos have recognized the achievements of a guy who accumulated 16 major trophies during the span of nine years at Santiago Bernabeu
Real Madrid has added Gareth Bale to their official list of legends of the club following his departure as a free agent and any criticism he received during his time with the Blancos is swiftly forgotten.
The man became the highest-priced player in the world of football after making the move from Tottenham to Santiago Bernabeu from Tottenham in 2013. He did not always receive the unfailing support of those who sat in the stands during the span of nine years in Spain.
There were questions about his fitness, form, and commitment at various times which eventually led to a loan stint at Spurs being signed at some point, however, his achievements are difficult to ignore, and he’s been honored with his place among the greatest legends of Madrid.
Is Bale one of the Real Madrid legends?
The 32-year-old is now part of the legendary players on the official site of Real Madrid and his profile is placed alongside that of teammates from the past – Marcelo and Isco as well as Isco and Marcelo, who is going away from their place with the Blancos in the summer as unrestricted free-agents.
Bale is entitled to think of himself as an icon, having won 16 awards during the span of his stay in Madrid.
He was awarded the three La Liga titles, five Champions League crowns, the Copa del Rey, the Spanish Super Cup, three UEFA Super Cups, and three FIFA Club World Cups.
Although he was thrown out of favor at the close of his stint during his time in Spain, Bale took in 258 games for Real and scored the score of 106 goals, including several impressive and dramatic efforts in the major finals.
Was Bale not treated with respect in the eyes of Real Madrid fans?
Bale Like Marcelo did not get his own personal send-off after it was announced that he was going to leave the Bernabeu.
He did receive a standing ovation from an enthusiastic crowd at the Champions League celebration held in Madrid. Spanish capital.
A man is thought to be a candidate for the possibility of returning to British football as he counts in the days to an upcoming World Cup appearance with Wales and has written an emotional goodbye note after he has ended his relationship with the Blancos.
Bale shared on his social media accounts: “I arrived here nine years ago, an 18-year-old who was determined to fulfill my desire to play at Real Madrid.To wear the white kit, to put the crest on my chest and play at the Santiago Bernabeu, to win championships and become part of what is known as the “Championship” to be a part of the Champions League.
“I am able to take a look back, reflect and be honest about how this dream came true and many, many more.
“To be an integral part of the club’s story and to have the success we accomplished while being playing as a Real Madrid player, has been an amazing experience and one that I will forever remember.”