Major League Soccer continues to grow each year and wants to become one of the best leagues in the world. America is an attractive destination for players in their prime, and last year’s Gareth Bale (LAFC), Giorgio Chiellini (LAFC) and Lorenzo Insigne (Toronto FC) were among the superstars to play during the 2022 campaign. did.
Several teams are now eagerly awaiting the opening of the winter transfer window so they can negotiate and meet with Europe’s top tier players for the possibility of playing in Major League Soccer during the 2023 season. increase. Some of them have not renewed their contracts with their respective clubs and become free agents. That means you can start negotiations with any club and join them in the summer.
The 35-year-old striker is the current Ballon d’Or winner and captain of Real Madrid. The problem for La Liga is that Karim Benzema’s contract expires on 30 June 2023 and he has yet to sign a contract extension. This means the former France international could start talking to MLS clubs, and if he likes the offer he could arrive as a free agent in the summer.
David De Gea
The 32-year-old goalkeeper is looking to extend his stay at Old Trafford as his contract with Manchester United expires at the end of the season. The good news is that there are positive contacts between the Red Devils and agents of David De Gea. They want the Spanish national team to sign a two- or three-year contract with a lower salary.
The France international will make several offers when his contract with Chelsea expires on June 30Stamford Bridge reportedly met with Kante in September, but talks broke downAccording to the latest news, the 31-year-old will sign a pre-contract with FC Barcelona to join the club as a free agent in the summer.
The Dutchman is no longer happy at FC Barcelona and has been short on minutes since Xavi took over the managerial job last season. Memphis Depay is most likely to leave during the next transfer window as his contract expires in the summer. Several Premier League clubs are reportedly interested in signing the experienced striker.
The Germany international has been one of the most important players since Pep Guardiola took over the Manchester City job in 2016. Ikei Gundogan said his contract at the Etihad stadium was expiring this summer and Guardiola wants to stay in the Germany squad. The Citizens are reportedly in talks to extend the 32-year-old’s contract through 2025.
The former Germany international has been a key midfielder in Real Madrid’s La Liga and UEFA Champions League success. Toni Kroos’ contract expires in the summer, and his time with the Spanish giants will come to an end. Kroos could follow in the footsteps of Bastian Schweinsteiger, who joined the Chicago Fire after leaving Bayern Munich.