Los Angeles FC After signing a one-year contract with Los Angeles FC, Wales' captain Gareth Bale is scheduled

to join Major League Soccer (MLS), the team informed CNN on Saturday. The 32-year-old joins after a successful stint with

Real Madrid came to an end this summer. He won't be a Designated Player, hence his pay will be included in

LAFC's wage cap. Bale posted a video on social media on Saturday in which he is seen wearing a LAFC jersey and

making his signature heart celebration to announce the move. Bale joined Real Madrid in 2013 for a then-record

breaking sum, winning five Champions Leagues, three La Liga championships, and one Copa Del Rey as he teamed

up with Cristiano Ronaldo. Los Blancos were drawn to the winger's performances at Tottenham Hotspur in England

where Bale twice won the PFA Players' Player of the Year award and was named the Premier League's Player of the Season

in 2013. The six-time Welsh Footballer of the Year lands in LA after earlier this month helping his nation reach its first

World Cup finals in 64 years. Wales beat Ukraine 1-0 in the postponed qualifier thanks to Bale's deflected free-kick