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The Wales international spent nine years at the Santiago Bernabeu and never fully settled, despite his enormous talent.
Bale won three La Liga titles and five Champions Leagues during his time in Spain and scored vital goals in two of those finals.
He has some supporters however, and one of them was in attendance at GEODIS Park on Monday.
The 33-year-old spotted a man waving his shirt and a Sharpie around before approaching.
"Bro, it's Bale!", he says. "Please sign this shirt bro. I love you bro."
Bale is happy to sign the shirt, but as he gets closer he realises it is last season's Real jersey.
As Bale signs the shirt, he gives a quick glance to the camera and smiles before awkwardly waiting for the shirt to be held up.
The clip has gone viral on social media and everyone picked up on Bale's reaction.
One person said: "His face says it all."
Another commented: "You can tell he's thinking, 'Oh no not this again'."
A third joked: "Bale: 'I finally leave and they follow me'."
While someone tweeted: "He's scared bro loool."
LAFC won the game 2-1 and Bale came on as a second half substitute to make his debut, producing a sensational bit of skill with his first touch.
Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini also made his debut as LAFC got their MLS campaign off to the best of starts.
Some players refuse to sign their former club's shirts and new Chelsea signing Raheem Sterling was called 'disrespectful' for doing exactly that last week.
Sterling sealed a £50 million move from Manchester City and left the Etihad Stadium after seven trophy-laden years.
The 27-year-old joined the Blues' pre-season tour immediately and appeared to snub someone holding up a City shirt.