Antoine Griezmann is ready to end his MLS career in Barcelona, saying this is the place he sees his play days reaching a natural resolution.
The American rivalry is no stranger to joining with David Beckham, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and Andrea Pirlo to enormous name players in the latter stages of their career only a couple of names who have delighted in spells in MLS.
Previous Manchester United and Real Madrid attackers Javier Hernandez have joined LA Galaxy this season alone, while ex-Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama has been connected to Montreal Impact.
And Griezmann is by all accounts heading for his own MLS spell later on, while France International remains resolved to win silverware with Barcelona by at least 2022.
“It would be a dream to win La Liga and the Champions League with Barca, and also my goal. Whichever comes after winning. Qatar has another World Cup, and then the MLS. I don’t know which squad however I want to play there. It’s a dream for me to complete my US career with the chance of playing great and being a major part of the team and battling for a championship,” Griezmann told The Los Angeles Times.
Griezmann, who is a major fan of the NBA, has recently recommended a longing to complete his career in the United States, saying that he was thinking about it two years ago.
While the drawn-out eventual fate of Griezmann may lie in the United States, the forward is ready to come back to the action against Mallorca at La Liga on June 13.
Spain’s top flight, similar to the Bundesliga, will continue without attendance from fans-an a fact Griezmann admits must become accustomed to other people.