Wales Football Is on a Downward Spiral with Bad Performances from Bale

Bale has been linked with a move away from the club after he achieved his lifelong ambition of playing in a World Cup for Wales. However, Gareth Bale is still keen on playing for Los Angeles FC and will remain with the MLS side next season. Bale is preparing to play next season in the MLS and is keen to stay with Los Angeles FC. Wales’s football is down in the dumps after a dismal world cup campaign.

Bale's future was also thrown into doubt by Wale's poor showing at the World Cup where they finished bottom in Group B. It prompted some pundits to predict Wale's record scorer may retire after fulfilling his lifelong ambition of playing at a World Cup. But despite disappointing efforts in Qatar by both Bale and Wales, the veteran, 33, has pledged to continue playing for his country if needed.

Boss Rob Page and FAW officials feel Bale can still play a huge role as a squad member helping nurture their young players even if he is sometimes a sub in the future. Bale acknowledges that he wasn't fit enough in Qatar, and hopes to do better next season with LA. He ended his debut season in America as a trophy winner after scoring in the MLS Cup final. But his time in the MLS and at the World Cup was affected by niggling injuries which he aims to overcome.
Bale is now resting this Christmas but plans to be ready for the new season in February. Bale, who has 41 goals in 111 international appearances, then hopes to represent his country again when they return to action on March 25, 2023, away in Croatia in Euro 2024 qualifying Group D which also includes Latvia, Armenia, and Turkey.