Germany international midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has not featured under new Manchester United manager Jose Mouirinho this season and was widely expected to make a move away from the Old Trafford club during summer.
Despite being frozen by Red Devils’ boss, die Mannschaft captain spoke highly of his club, pledging his allegiance to the Premier League side and claimed that he had no personal problems with Jose Mourinho.
The 32-year-old midfielder is however considering his future and has already announced that Manchester United would be his last club in Europe, thus opening doors for a move to MLS in the future.
Bastian Schweinsteiger revealed that MLS was “naturally an option” but the American clubs will have to wait until 2017 as the league’s transfer window has been closed.
Sports Illustrated reported last week that Chicago Fire have expressed their interest in signing the German icon, who could go on to become yet another high-profile European star to hit the American football scene.
Some potentially good news came for Bastian Schweinsteiger came on Friday with the experienced midfielder being included in Manchester United’s Premier League squad, meaning that the German may still get a second chance with Jose Mourinho.