Andrea Pirlo Throws Up Idea Of MLS Move After Juventus Career Ends
Andrea Pirlo says he could head off for a career-ending stint in another country if he wins the Champions League with Juventus on Saturday, with a period in America’s Major League Soccer a real possibility.
The veteran midfielder says the Bianconeri will be his last Italian club and admits losing the 2005 final was one of the worst feelings of his life
The Italy midfielder, who already has two Champions League medals under his belt from his 10-year spell with AC Milan, will line up for the Bianconeri against Barcelona in Berlin in this season’s showpiece.
But Pirlo admits it may be his final act in European football if he gets his hands on the prized trophy for a third time.
“If we win it I might move abroad because Juventus will be my last team in Italy,” Pirlo told the Times of India. “MLS could be an idea, but for the moment I don’t have any thoughts about it; Juve is the only thing on my mind.
“But I won’t stop playing, I’ll go on as long as I have the same great desire to keep training every day.”