Gareth Bale Continues His MLS Career With Los Angeles

Wales international striker Gareth Bale has confirmed that he will join the Los Angeles FC team, American football, when his current Real Madrid contract expires.
Bale, who has won the Champions League five times, will end his contract with Real next Thursday as he looks for a new team that will help him raise his physical and technical level before joining the Wales national team in the World Cup finals, which will start in Qatar next November.
News reports linked Bill with a move to his city team, Cardiff City, after the end of his 9-year career at the Santiago Bernabeu, but he decided to continue his professional career in the United States.
Bale revealed that he had joined Los Angeles, which tops the MLS Western Division standings, and wrote on Twitter with a video clip of him wearing the club’s shirt and hat: “Goodbye, Los Angeles FC.”
And it was reported that the Wales striker had agreed to an initial contract that would see him move to Los Angeles for a year, with an option to extend for another 18 months. Los Angeles FC managed to sign Italian veteran Giorgio Chiellini weeks ago. Bell and Chiellini are expected to complete their move to the American League when the championship “secondary transfer window” opens on July 7, when they are allowed to appear with the team for the first time in their meeting with the Los Angeles Galaxy.
Bale had excited fans of the Welsh capital Cardiff – his hometown – last week after visiting the team’s camp, active in the English Premier League, during the pre-season camp.
Previously, the media speculated that Bale would remain in Spain by moving to Getafe, but the former Tottenham Hotspur star made the decision to move to the United States.
Bale came over from Tottenham in 2013 and at the time made a recording contract for 100 million euros ($105.54 million).
Bale won three titles in the Spanish League with Real Madrid, in addition to the European Champions League five times, the Club World Cup three times and the King of Spain Cup once.
But the relationship between him and the Spanish royal club has deteriorated over the past two seasons, so he moved to Tottenham in the 2020-2021 season. Bale was booed by Real Madrid fans during a league game last April. Bale led his country, Wales, to qualify for the 2022 World Cup for the first time since 1958, after a 1-0 win over Ukraine in the play-offs earlier this month.