Real Madrid star Gareth Bale is set to leave the club at the end of June after nine years when his contract with Real Madrid expires.
The Wales captain insists he will not be short of options when it comes to choosing his next club after guiding Wales to their first World Cup since 1958.
When asked about offers on the table for his services ahead of next season, Bale responded: “I’ve got loads!”
With the World Cup still over five months away, Bale is likely to want to be playing regularly in the opening months of next season to build up his match sharpness.
How, his next club for now remains a mystery. A return to the Premier League cannot be ruled out. A move to the MLS could be on the cards, with DC United showing an interest in signing him.
A shock move to his hometown club Cardiff has also been mooted. Bale was born and raised in the Welsh capital and it is believed a move to the English Championship club could appeal to him.