Wales forward Gareth Bale has confirmed that he will join Los Angeles FC in Major League Soccer when his contract with Real Madrid expires.
The five-time Champions League winner will soon become a free agent, looking for a new club before playing in Wales at the Qatar World Cup starting in November.
The 32-year-old Bale, who was associated with a transfer to the local club Cardiff after his nine-year stay at Bernabeu, now continues his career in the United States.
See you, Los Angeles. 👊 @LAFC @ LAFC3252 pic.twitter.com/GVP8WVWLPe
— Gareth Bale (@ GarethBale11) June 25, 2022
Through his official Twitter account, the Welsh captain has confirmed his move to LAFC, which is currently the head of the Western Conference in Major League Soccer.
Veil writes: “@LAFC” and his video in a club shirt and cap.
The Wales forward is believed to have agreed to a first-year contract, including an option to extend the contract for 18 months, and will join former Italian captain Giorgio Chiellini as part of the LAFC team.
Bale and Chiellini will be allowed to make their debut against the LA Galaxy as they will need to complete the transition to MLS when the convention’s “Secondary Transfer Window” opens on July 7.
5x Champions League winner
3x Liga title
221 club and country goals@ GarethBale11 Heading to @LAFC.. pic.twitter.com/m7nZP070PN
— Major League Soccer (@MLS) June 25, 2022
Last week, Vale excited Cardiff fans by visiting the Vale of Glamorgan Base at the Skybet Championship Club on the first day of pre-season training.
Welsh captain Veil has fueled speculation that he may prefer to approach his home, with comments that football standards played before the World Cup should not be a decisive factor in any move. rice field.
Bale, who is reported to have earned about £ 600,000 a week in Real Madrid, has several options, including former club Tottenham and Newcastle, who spends a lot of money, as a potential destination. Is understood to be.
Veil, who spoke during his recent international mission with Wales, said: A football game is a football game.
“I feel that I will never lose the quality of the ball. I think it’s a conversation.
“I need time to think about what’s best for me, my family, and my kids. Hopefully I’ll sort it out during the summer. I have a choice.”