Gareth Bale set to join MLS side Los Angeles FC

Gareth Bale has agreed to join MLS side Los Angeles FC on a one-year deal.

Former Real Madrid “100 million Euro Man” Gareth Bale confirmed his move to Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles FC on Saturday following his departure from the Spanish giants.

Full agreement was reached between Wales Captain and LA FC on a one-year deal, it will include an option to extend the contract. Everything has been signed with Bale and his agents, he will follow the Italian star Giorgio Chiellini at LAFC.

Bale confirmed his plans to join LAFC in a post on Twitter following widespread reports earlier Saturday about the move.

“See you soon, Los Angeles,” the 32-year-old wrote. An accompanying video showed Bale wearing an LAFC shirt and cap.

Welshman received many approaches from Europe but he’s gonna try a new chapter in American football now.

Bale was once the world’s most expensive player and has spent the last eight seasons with Real Madrid, winning three La Liga titles, five Champions League trophies, three UEFA Super Cups, three FIFA Club World Cups, the Copa Del Rey, and Spanish Super Cup.

The Welshman has scored 139 league goals in his club career with 39 goals in 106 international for Wales.

Wales has qualified first time for the 2022 World Cup since the 1958 World Cup. Bale played a pivotal role in helping Wales qualify for World Cup, where they will face the United States, England, and Iran in the group stage in Qatar.

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