Gareth Bale has warmly reacquainted himself with his former Real Madrid team-mates in Los Angeles.
The Welsh winger left the Bernabeu this summer to join MLS side Los Angeles FC when his contract expired.
But Bale, 33, is clearly still very well regarded with his former colleagues, who greeted him with smiles and high fives.
Gareth Bale (left) has warmly greeted his former Real Madrid team-mates in Los Angeles
Bale, who left Real this summer to join MLS side Los Angeles FC, chatted with his former colleagues at the Champions League-winning side and spoke to boss Carlo Ancelotti (right)
Champions League winners Real are training at UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) during their pre-season tour of the US.
And former Southampton and Tottenham star Bale, now playing in the west-coast city for Steve Cherundolo’s side, stopped by to say hello.
Los Blancos posted a video of the encounter on their official Instagram account with the caption: ‘Good to see you, @GarethBale11! ¡Bale presenció nuestro entrenamiento en UCLA!’, which translates to: ‘Bale witnessed our training at UCLA!’
The Welsh winger, 33, joined on a one-year deal in order to stay fit for the Qatar World Cup
The post, which has been liked more than 1.1million times at the time of writing, shows Bale greet Karim Benzema, Luka Modric, Casemiro, manager Carlo Ancelotti, Dani Carvajal, Eder Militao, Eden Hazard and David Alaba.
Bale, who scored 106 goals in 258 matches in all competitions for Real during his eight seasons in the Spanish capital, won five Champions League titles, three LaLigas, one Copa del Rey and Spanish Super Cup, plus three UEFA Super Cups and FIFA World Club Cups.
He has signed for LAFC on a short-term deal for one year with a view to keeping himself fit for Wales’ World Cup campaign in Qatar this winter.