Wales international striker Gareth Bale has confirmed that he will join the Los Angeles FC team on the American football team when his current contract with Real Madrid expires.
Bale, who has won the Champions League five times, will end his contract with Real next Thursday because he is set to play with a new team that will help him improve his physical and technical status before joining the Wales national team in the world. Cup finals starting in Qatar next November. .
Following the end of his 9-year career at the Santiago Bernabeu, news reports have linked Bill’s transfer to his city team, Cardiff City, but he has decided to pursue his career in the United States.
Bale revealed that he joins Los Angeles, which tops the MLS Western Division rankings, and wrote on Twitter with a video clip of himself wearing the club’s shirt and hat: “See you soon Los Angeles FC.”
The Welsh striker has agreed a preliminary contract under which he will move to Los Angeles for one year, with the option of extending for another 18 months. Los Angeles FC won the signing of senior Italy defender Giorgio Cilini weeks ago. When the “secondary transfer window” for the championship opens next July 7, Bell and Chillini are expected to complete their move to the American League. Meeting against the Los Angeles Galaxy.
Bale cheered for fans in the Welsh capital, Cardiff, last week – during his pre-season camp after visiting an active team camp in the English Premier League.
Earlier, the media had speculated that Paul would stay in Spain by moving to Getafe, but the former Tottenham Hotspur star has decided to move to the US.
Bale signed a record deal from Tottenham in 2013 for 100 million euros ($ 105.54 million).
Bale has won three titles with Real Madrid in the Spanish league, as well as five European Champions League titles, three Club World Cups and one King of Spain trophy.
But the relationship between him and the Spanish Royal Club has deteriorated over the past two seasons and he has been linked with a move to Tottenham in the 2020-2021 season. After beating Ukraine 1-0 earlier this month, Bale led his country to Wales to qualify for the 2022 World Cup for the first time since 1958.