Beckham makes Bale’s signing more expensive

The appearance of the so-called discovery list was the result of a leak of an image of those chosen by the Philadelphia Union.

In that photo, the name of Zlatan Ibrahimovic appeared, as a possible signing. In the end, he ended up in the Galaxy.

That the name of the Swede was on the list, does not have to coincide with the club going to sign the player yes or yes.

The list can change from one moment to another and look at other names to sign, but as we have seen to be secret, if at that moment the player is on the list of a team, he must pay the discovery rights clause.

After leaving Real Madrid, Gareth Bale has been linked with different European teams but in a matter of hours his destination to MLS has been closed.

The Welshman has reached an agreement with Los Angeles FC and will continue his career to arrive in the best conditions to the World Cup in Qatar.

Upon reaching such an agreement, the Angelino team will have to pay Inter Miami about $ 50,000 for discovery rights.

And what does this clause refer to? Every MLS team has a discovery list.

In this list, north American teams shortlist seven possible acquisitions of international players (outside the U.S. and Canada).

This list is secret and is only known by the franchise and the league’s management.

Beckham’s Inter Miami therefore has Bale among the seven players selected.

Registering a player guarantees the club that does so, the rights to that player in MLS.

The Californian team when signing the Welshman must offer $ 50,000 in general allocation funds to be able to get his services.