Gareth Bale moves to MLS Los Angeles FC

Oviri Kelvin, Sports Editor, Abuja

Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale will move to the United States to continue his football career after his nine years spell at Santiago Bernabeu ends this month.

Since the Welsh has been told his contract will not be renewed at the club he won five Champions League trophies, several pending offers are on the table for the former Tottenham star to pick from.

Last week, a report from Wales said the captain of Wales national team would consider a deal with Cardiff City whose training facilities are close to the office of the Wales Football Association where he could easily gain access to the country’s physios and therapists. The Trumpet Gathered

Another report from England linked the player, who scored a brace against Liverpool in the 2018 Champions League final to hand Real Madrid a vital win to lift the trophy, to return to Tottenham.

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To end the varying speculations over his next move, Bales has posted a picture on Twitter where he wore the shirt of Los Angeles Football Club and wrote, “see you soon, Los Angeles” with a tag on the MLS club’s official handle.

To confirm the development, a report by Sky Sports said the Welsh football player has agreed on a one-year deal with Los Angeles FC.

Bale’s move to the MSL is to keep him in top form before the world cup begins this year which Wales qualified for after 64 years by defeating Ukraine in the final of the qualifying playoff in Cardiff.

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