Bale had a tough season at Tottenham but he still returned to his best form.
to forget about his bad days at Real Madrid, but he couldn’t prove himself as Mourinho’s first option and started only six games in the Premier League under
, but now that he has been used as a starter in Ryan Mason’s lineup he has been showing the performances that he used to show in his prime.
So the 31-year-old star’s agent thinks that he could have been better if he was treated like the star that he is.
has also said that there haven’t been any conversations about Bale’s future at Tottenham yet.
Asked whether Bale will extend his stay, Barnett told Sky Sports News' Inside Football:
"Nothing has been discussed at the moment.
"He had a tough ride and I don't think that should have been necessary.
"He came as one of the best players in the world. Sure, he had a few injuries and a few fitness problems but once they were over, all he needed was to be played in the right position and to be played constantly to get back into the rhythm.
"He has been given that opportunity and you can see how he plays. I think with Gareth, like a lot of players, he has to enjoy his life and then you do well."
According to his agent, Bale wants to focus on helping his country at this summer’s Euros as their captain, and after that, he will consider the offers and options for his next destination, but Barnett insists that there aren’t many clubs able to convince the Wales international.
"They would have to have a lot of money and they would have to be one that he has an interest in playing for," he said. "That rules out a lot of clubs."