sport news Los Angeles FC are hopeful of keeping Gareth Bale beyond the Qatar World Cup ... trends now

sport news Los Angeles FC are hopeful of keeping Gareth Bale beyond the Qatar World Cup ... trends now
sport news Los Angeles FC are hopeful of keeping Gareth Bale beyond the Qatar World Cup ... trends now

sport news Los Angeles FC are hopeful of keeping Gareth Bale beyond the Qatar World Cup ... trends now

'It was never about six months': Los Angeles FC are hopeful of keeping Gareth Bale beyond the World Cup as part of a 'long-term partnership'... and Wales star could make his debut against rivals LA Galaxy next month! Wales forward Gareth Bale joined Los Angeles FC in the Major League Soccer The club are hoping Bale will stay beyond the Qatar World Cup in November  The 32-year-old could be in line to make his debut against LA galaxy early in July Bale is LAFC's second major signing this summer after Giorgio Chiellini's arrival Click here for all the latest World Cup 2022 news and updates

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Los Angeles FC are hoping their signing of Gareth Bale will prove a 'long-term partnership'.

Wales international Bale revealed on Saturday he had agreed to join the Major League Soccer club following his release by Real Madrid.

The 32-year-old had been looking for a new club to maintain his fitness ahead of the World Cup later this year.

Gareth Bale confirmed his shock move to MLS club Los Angeles FC on a free transfer

Gareth Bale confirmed his shock move to MLS club Los Angeles FC on a free transfer

Making LAFC's first official comment on the deal, co-president John Thorrington did not discuss the length of Bale's contract but expressed confidence it would go beyond this winter's tournament in Qatar.

Speaking at a press conference on Sunday, Thorrington said: 'I'd love to get into specifics but, as policy, I don't.

'What I can tell you is that LAFC and Gareth are hoping that this is a long-term partnership and step for Gareth and

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