Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets has opened the door on a potential move to MLS later in his career in an interview with Sports Illustrated.
Speaking to Sports Illustrated, Busquets admitted he has begun to think about what the future may hold for him.
He said: “I’ve always said that I won’t be a Barcelona player for 20 years with a secondary role. The moment that I feel my ambition is fading or that I am not able to deliver physically, I will step aside and leave feeling privileged and content of what I gave to the club.
“You can’t obviously predict the future, but I am a fan of the United States and soccer over there continues to grow. [MLS]’s competitive style and playoff format is different to what we’re used to over here, and that really appeals to me.”
Asked about Frenkie de Jong, whom Barca are signing from Ajax, he said: “He’s a spectacular player. There aren’t many players around of his age with that level of control with the ball and that mobility.
“And after coming from the Ajax academy, which is very similar to our own, he has all the fundamentals to be successful here.”