Gareth Bale is a Welsh professional footballer who plays as a winger for Major League Soccer club Los Angeles. Check out his salary per week.

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Bale was born in Cardiff, Wales, to parents Frank, a school caretaker, and Debbie Bale, an operations manager. He is the nephew of former Cardiff City footballer Chris Pike. He attended Eglwys Newydd Primary School in Whitchurch.

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It was while at this school that he first came to the attention of Southampton at age nine, when he was playing in a six-a-side tournament with his first club, Cardiff Civil Service.

Growing up, his footballing hero was fellow Welshman and Manchester United player Ryan Giggs. Bale attended Whitchurch High School in Cardiff.

He was a keen athlete; he played football alongside future Wales rugby captain Sam Warburton, rugby, hockey and excelled at athletics.

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One of the most talked-about issues now that Gareth Bale’s shocking transfer to Los Angeles FC has been revealed is the speculation around his possible wage, particularly since it was believed that he would be the highest-paid player in the MLS.

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The contract includes a one-year extension until 2024, at which time the experienced Welshman has the opportunity to earn a higher wage or become a franchise player for LAFC.

Taking into account his $1.6 million (€1.5m) annual salary, Gareth Bale would earn about $133,000 per month or $30,000 a week. That would make it nearly $6,000 a day, or around $770 per hour, or $13 per minute.

At the start of June, while on international duty, the forward said that he was hoping to get regular playing time so that he could improve his match sharpness ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar in November and December.

Now it seems that the US side have stepped in to capture the 32-year-old veteran, who had been linked with a transfer to Cardiff City. The former Los Blancos forward tweeted a picture of himself in LAFC gear with the message, “See you soon, Los Angeles.”

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He also marked his first madridista appearance with a goal.

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In his impressive spell in our colours, Bale compiled an remarkable collection of trophies:

  • 5 Champions Leagues
  • 4 Club World Cups
  • 3 European Super Cups
  • 3 LaLiga titles
  • 1 Copa del Rey
  • 3 Spanish Super Cups.

Bale hit over a century of goals for Real Madrid, and the greatest of his 106 strikes will live long in the memory, a spectacular overhead-kick in the final which yielded La Decimotercera against Liverpool. 

That’s not to mention his header in the final for La Décima or his lung-busting run and finish in the 2014 Copa del Rey final.

But on an individual level, the Welsh international was named Player of the 2018 Champions League Final in Kiev and won the Golden Ball at the Club World Cup in 2018. 


On 25 May 2007, Bale signed a four-year deal with Tottenham Hotspur with the club paying an initial £5 million for the player, potentially rising to £10 million based on appearances and success.

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Bale played his first game for Spurs in a friendly against St. Patrick’s Athletic on 12 July 2007, but was substituted on the 80th minute with a minor dead leg. He made his competitive debut for Tottenham Hotspur on 26 August away against Manchester United.

On 1 September 2007, in his second Spurs appearance, he scored his first goal for the club in a 3–3 draw with Fulham.

Bale went on to score against Arsenal in the North London derby from a free kick. He then scored in the League Cup home tie against Middlesbrough.

Also on 3 March, Bale scored against Arsenal in a North London derby that Tottenham won 2–1 and on 7 March, Tottenham faced Inter Milan in the Europa League, with Bale scoring the opening goal and Tottenham winning 3–0.

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Bale’s run of good form in the early months of 2013 saw him win Premier League Player of the Month for February as well as the BBC Goal of the Month in both January and February for his strikes against Norwich City and West Ham United respectively.

And on 4 April, Bale injured his right ankle in the first leg of the Europa League quarter-final against Basel.

Also on his return from injury, Bale scored a goal and assisted Clint Dempsey as Tottenham beat Manchester City at White Hart Lane.

By Rishabh

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