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Gareth Bale confirms transfer to FC Los Angeles with a video that breaks Cardiff’s heart

Gareth Bale has confirmed his move to the United States with LA FC

Gareth Bale shattered any hopes of returning to Wales after confirming a move to FC Los Angeles this summer.

The Welsh magician became a free agent after completing his contract Real Madrid It expired nine years later in the Spanish capital. Speculation grew about his next move after leading his country to World Cup glory before the competitions in Qatar this winter.

After insisting that he would not resign, a number of clubs were touted as potential next destinations, and the forward desperately wanted to lead his country in the first World Cup in 64 years – which will be their second appearance in the tournament.

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I like it Tottenham,, Southampton and Newcastle was mentioned as a possible place in the Premier League, but a surprising favorite for his signature was Cardiff with chairman Mehmet Dalman, who arrived specifically to try to arrange a daring transfer.

However, Bale seems to have shattered any hope of returning home by agreeing to sign a deal with FC Los Angeles. The 32-year-old posted on Twitter a video embedded in the club’s outfit, and a cap, saying, “See you soon, Los Angeles.”

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Gareth Bale has confirmed his move to the United States with LA FC

The former Spurs star has signed a one-year contract in Los Angeles with the possibility to extend it for another 18 months. Although the transition to MLS has always been very possible, Cardiff supporters have seen their hearts break after they hope a potential transfer is in the planning stages.

Representatives of Bale have been in talks with the Bluebirds, who are training with the Welsh national team. Due to the fact that the frontman wants to continue to play for his country, this would allow him to work closely with their medical and fitness staff before the World Cup.

Although the striker could have joined the ranks in Southampton, he was born and raised in Cardiff, and around the potential transfer was an aura of romanticism – even if the club is in the league and had no hope of even approaching his £ 600,000 contract. per week that he had at Real.


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