- Real Madrid are reportedly ready to part ways with Gareth Bale in the summer.
- The Welshman reveals his sympathy for the Major League Soccer.
- He says the MLS is a very attractive destination for many players today.
We haven't heard any rumours about Gareth Bale's possible exit for long.
Speaking to Charles Stillitano, the executive chairman of the International Champions Cup, the Welshman has dropped a big hint about his future.
"I like it [Major League Soccer]. It's a league on the rise and it continues to grow," the 30-year-old has told The Hat Trick podcast.
"Many players want to come to the MLS right now, it is definitely something that would interest me."
Gareth is not a stranger to the United States. He comes to Los Angeles every now and then – and this is the place where two rich MLS clubs are based, Los Angeles Galaxy and LAFC.
"I love going to LA on vacation. I play a lot of golf when I'm there," he added.
It's yet unknown whether any MLS side is interested in Bale's services. The first club that comes to our minds, however, is Inter Miami, whose owner, David Beckham, is reportedly in close contact with James Rodriguez's entourage.
Gareth was on the verge of joining the Chinese Super League side Jiangsu Suning last summer but Los Blancos refused to let him go. The winger has made 18 appearances for Zidane's men this season, mainly as a result of calf and ankle injuries.