Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has admitted an interest in one day playing in the MLS.
The 29-year-old has seen former England teammates Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard end illustrious careers in the Premier League to embark on new challenges in America this summer.
And while emphasising that he is happy at Old Trafford for the foreseeable future, Rooney hinted that a time will come when he considers a move to the United States.
“I’m obviously concentrating on Manchester United,” he told the Seattle Times.
“When that time comes, that (MLS) will be something that I will think about.
“I’ll sit down with my wife and children and decide if it would be right for me.”
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Rooney, who is contracted to the Red Devils until 2020, is chasing the all-time United goalscoring record currently held by Sir Bobby Charlton (249). Rooney has 230 and Denis Law 237.