MLS club LAFC set to sign Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale

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Players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have dominated the world of football for the past fifteen years. As a result, several others had to remain in their shadows and were never able to achieve the title of best player on the planet. Gareth Bale was one of them.

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The Welsh superstar was absolutely tearing up the Premier League with Tottenham Hotspur. He was certainly the best player in England and his performances earned him a world record at Real Madrid.

Bale’s time in Spain began in spectacular fashion when he formed one of the best lines on the planet with Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema. However, everything went downhill after three years.

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Gareth Bale joins Los Angeles FC

The Welshman began to struggle with injuries and was soon ruled out for a place in Real Madrid’s starting XI. He gave hope for a brighter future in 2018 when he scored twice in the UCL final to lift the trophy in Madrid, but that turned out to be another false dawn.

Bale’s contract at Real Madrid finally expired this season and the former Spurs winger is on the hunt for a new club. He has been linked to several clubs, but according to a ESPN reporthis next club is confirmed.

Gareth Bale has reportedly agreed to sign a one-year contract with MLS club Los Angeles FC. The deal will have the option of extending Bale’s contract by 18 months, but only time will tell how Bale will fare in America.

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Bale and his form for Wales

While his time at Real Madrid has always been a subject of speculation and criticism, Bale has never let his nation down. He performs for his country whenever called upon to do so. Now Wales have finally reached the World Cup for the first time in over 50 years.

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Bale had a huge role to play in this as it was his free-kick against Ukraine that led to the only goal in the World Cup final play-offs. He will represent Wales at the World Cup and it will be interesting to see how he performs on the biggest stage.

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