To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders
Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications
Featured Image Credit: Alamy & Marca
The winger is out of contract at the end of this season and he'll likely be moving on after nine years with Los Blancos.
He's won 14 trophies since sealing an £86 million move from Tottenham Hotspur in 2013, which was a world record fee at the time.
Despite that, he's never fully connected with Real fans and journalist Manuel Julia Dorado has taken it a step further.
Bale has been called a 'parasite' who has been 'sucking' money from the club for almost a decade.
The Wales international played a vital role in Real's four Champions League triumphs in the 2010s, scoring a vital goal in 2014 and a brace in 2018.
He's also won La Liga twice in that time period and the Club World Cup three times.
Dorado's passage reads per Daily Mail: "The Bale parasite came from the cold and rainy Britannia.
"He settled in Spain, at Real Madrid, where, masked, he first showed diligence and love for the guest, but then his nature led him to suck blood without giving anything in return.
"Well, more than blood, he sucked, and sucks, the club's euros.
"Unlike others of its kind, such as the flea, the louse or the bedbug, the Bale parasite does not cause itching or illnesses in its host, but after sucking, it laughs and makes fun of it, showing a jocular contempt for the one from whom he lives.
"He laughs, applauds, throws himself on the ground, sings, as a kind of humiliating ceremony, which, luckily, has an expiration date, like all misfortunes."
You can't get much more savage than that, can you?
Bale spent last season on loan at Tottenham and his favoured number 11 shirt was given to Marco Asensio.
The 32-year-old didn't feature in Sunday's 4-0 defeat to Barcelona in El Clasico but Marca believe he still deserves criticism.
It's claimed Bale is more focused on the Wales national team and recently presented Real with a whopping £25,000 invoice for medical treatment back in England.
Bale is desperate to play in a World Cup before retirement and this year could be his last chance.
He's played just 69 minutes of football for Real this campaign with manager Carlo Ancelotti using Vinicius Jr, Asensio and Rodrygo ahead of him.
Eden Hazard is also finding it hard to get into the team after injury struggles.