Gareth Bale is back in familiar surroundings at Tottenham, with the Welshman seeing a loan return to north London bring a nightmare spell at Real Madrid to a close.
The 31-year-old left Spurs in the summer of 2013 as the most expensive player on the planet.
A dream start was made to life at Santiago Bernabeu, with a useful habit picked up of scoring in major finals.
Bale’s blistering pace and keen eye for goal endeared him to the Madridistas, with domestic and continental successes savoured in Spain.
He has been one of most successful British imports of all time, with two La Liga titles, four Champions League crowns and three Club World Cups collected with Real.
The Wales international has also passed a century of goals for the Blancos, hitting 105 in total, but found favour in short supply under Zinedine Zidane.
Just 20 appearances were taken in during the 2019-20 campaign, as transfer speculation raged and questions were asked of his commitment to Real – amid accusations of playing too much golf.
Bale is, however, now back in the Premier League and ready to rekindle a lost spark – with Spurs handing him their No.9 shirt.