Iconic Welsh international Gareth Bale has, on Saturday, come to a decision on his next, and potentially final club destination.

Th outfit set to snap the 32-year-old up? Los Angeles FC.

As per a host of breaking reports this afternoon, Bale has agreed to the terms of a contract with the MLS side, primed to put pen to paper on a deal at the Banc of California Stadium upon the expiration of his current terms with Real Madrid at the end of the month.

The explosive wide-man will join forces with another great of European football in the United States, with Italian legend and Euro 2020 winner Giorgio Chiellini having too opted to take his talents to LA this summer on the back of his free agent departure from Juventus.

Bale’s decision, of course, comes with the veteran winger no doubt keen to rack up as much regular game-time as possible with a view to the end of the year.

The one-time Tottenham Hotspur standout is set to lead his country into their first World Cup finals for over half a century in November, after Wales emerged triumphant from a playoff showdown with Ukraine earlier this month.

His contract in Los Angeles is understood to be based around an initial 12 month commitment, followed by the option for a further 18 months.


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