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Wales, golf, LA, but … not the money: Bale is not even among the 10 highest paid players in the MLS

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Wales, golf, LA, but … not the money: Bale is not even among the 10 highest paid players in the MLS

Wales, Golf and now … Los Angeles. But of course, not the money. Gareth Bale has confirmed his transfer to Los Angeles FC, but the salary he will earn will be low enough for a footballer of his reputation …

Wales, Golf and now … Los Angeles. But of course, not the money. Gareth Bale has confirmed his transfer to Los Angeles FC, where he will play alongside King Giorgio Chiellini. In the end, to prepare for the World Cup in Qatar with his national team, the now former Real Madrid player chose the MLS, signing an annual contract with the Californian franchise. Which suggests that, once the world championship event is over, the Welshman could really think of retiring and devoting himself to his other passions, with specific reference to sport with clubs and balls. In the meantime, however, there is an experience in the United States to do. With a salary that basically does not exactly live up to the fame of the footballer.

After all, the Welsh doesn’t lack money. Gareth Bale left Real Madrid with a fifth Champions League victory, but above all with a full bank account. All thanks to the latest contract renewal, the one worth over 15 million euros per season, which has linked him to the Blancos until now. It is therefore logical that the economic issue was of secondary importance when finding an agreement with Los Angeles FC. And Brand explains that the player and the franchise have put their signatures on a fairly modest amount, 1.5 million euros. A contract that does not even allow Bale to join the Top 10 of the highest paid players in the MLS.

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As explained by the Spanish newspaper, which has not yet included Lorenzo Insigne in its list (destined to lead the ranking), currently the Scrooge of the North American league is an old acquaintance of Serie A like Xherdan Shaqiri. The Swiss, under contract with the Chicago Fire, has a base salary that is close to 7 million and that surpasses them with bonuses quite simple to achieve. Follows Chicharito Hernandez, who snatched a salary of 5.7 million a season from the Los Angeles Galaxy. In third place Gonzalo Higuain: Pipita, designated player of David Beckham’s Inter Miami, has a basic agreement worth 4.8 million euros, which with bonuses reaches 5.5. Among the other names in the top 10 there are also the American Jozy Altidore and the Mexican Carlos Vela, while Chiellini is also missing. Evidently LA FC has other very convincing arguments …

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