Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney is entering the tail end of his career in Old Trafford, and it may come sooner than expected.
According to Sky Sports, Rooney is open to playing for a Major League Soccer squad after his career at Man United is over.
Other football stars such as Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard and Chelsea legend Frank Lampard have signed with MLS squads.
Rooney himself confirmed that he would be open to making this sort of move.
“I’m obviously concentrating on Manchester United. When that time comes, that’ll be something to think about. (I’ll) sit down with my wife and children and decide if it would be right for me,” Rooney said.
The 29-year-old striker is under contract with Man United until the end of the 2018-19 season though.
He still has plenty of juice left in the tank too, as he scored 12 goals in 33 Premier League appearances for the Red Devils last season.
Rooney has seen better days though, as he scored a whopping 27 goals in the 2011-12 season for Man United.
The English star will have a chance to see what the MLS is like when Man United go on their pre-season tour.
The Red Devils will play in matches against teams such as the San Jose Earthquakes on the tour.
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