German international doesn’t rule out return to Germany either.
Lazio striker Miroslav Klose has revealed that he has received offers from the MLS, with his contract with the Biancocelesti set to expire next summer.
The 35-year-old continues to score goals despite his advancing years, but his future is up for discussion as he will become a free agent at the end of the season.
While talks with Lazio have yet to conclude in an agreement, the German international has been weighing up his options having previously revealed that he would like to return to the Bundesliga before retiring.
However, he has again discussed his future and revealed that he has received offers from two MLS sides this summer.
“It is a fact that I have received two excellent offers from the USA for Major League Soccer clubs,” Klose told Bild as reported by Sky Sports.
“My contract with Lazio goes on for another year and who knows how it will end? I don’t want to rule anything out at this moment,” he added.
Despite the offers from the USA, he also addressed speculation that a return to Germany is not out of the question after his previous comments.
“Do I have a future at Kaiserslautern? They are and always have been a club close to my heart. Mesut Ozil’s move to Arsenal proves once again that you can’t rule anything out in football.
“One minute you’re happy at a club and the next you’re somewhere else.”
Having failed to sign Burak Yilmaz ahead of the transfer deadline, Lazio boss Vladimir Petkovic will be keen to either find an agreement with Klose or sign a suitable replacement, with president Claudio Lotito under fire from the fans after the Yilmaz move broke down.