JUVENTUS defender Giorgio Chiellini has been linked with a summer move to MLS to end his career.
That veteran ItalianThe 37-year-old is reportedly reflecting on his future at Torino despite being tied down at the Allianz Stadium until 2023.
In an injury-plagued season, Chiellini has nonetheless managed to make 22 appearances in all competitions.
SunSport exclusively revealed last month how the old lady was preparing for life after the Euro 2020 winner Chelsea’s Antonio Rudiger identified as a target.
It was even reported about it Chiellini has agreed to terminate his contract at Juve in the next window.
And now transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has revealed he is open to a move where he could be tempted by a move to America.
He tweeted: “Giorgio Chiellini is considering leaving Juventus at the end of the current season.
“And MLS could be his next destination – that possibility excites him.
“The current contract expires in June 2022 (2023) but Chiellini is now open to try a new experience.”
Not only Chiellini could decide to switch continents with the Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale is also said to be traveling to the States.
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That 32 years old becomes a free agent when his contract at the Bernabeu expires at the end of the season.
and acc Steven Goff of the Washington PostBale could be ready to move to America ahead of the 2022 World Cup.
The reporter stated that the striker is negotiating a possible transfer with the American side.
And he even hinted that DC United would be willing to make him the highest paid player in history afterwards Wayne Rooney.
Rooney is said to have done it pocketed around £300,000 a week at Audi Field after arriving from Everton in 2018.
Bale was recently urged by former Wales national team-mate Atlanta United 2 head coach Jack Collison to to move to the MLS.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/18334694/juventus-giorgio-chiellini-mls-gareth-bale/ Juventus legend Giorgio Chiellini could leave Europe this summer alongside Gareth Bale to end his MLS career