FC Porto goalkeeper Iker Casillas has suggested that he would consider moving to Major League Soccer in the future.
The 35-year-old will be out of contract at Estadio do Dragao at the end of the season, although there is an option for a one-year extension.
The Spanish goalkeeper has been linked with a summer exit, and it appears that Major League Soccer could be his next destination.
Speaking to Fuera de Juego programme on ESPN, the veteran shot-stopper confirmed he was thinking about the MLS.
“I have friends in MLS who are speaking wonderful things. They talk about the country that did not have a great tradition in football, but nowadays it is already a reference,” Casillas said.
“It’s a league that attracts me for a transfer, because it has improved. But, we have to enjoy the present and in the future we will see.”
Iker Casillas joined FC Porto on a free transfer from Real Madrid two years ago, and went on to make 61 Primeira Liga appearances for the Dragons.
He has, however, failed to win a single trophy at Estadio do Dragao and may decide to leave the club at the end of the current campaign.
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