Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina, currently on loan at Napoli, has revealed he would consider an eventual move to the MLS, although believes he still has plenty to offer at the top level of the game.
Reina joined Napoli in the summer transfer window, penning a deal for the entirety of the campaign, after Liverpool moved to remove the Spaniard from their wage bill following the acquisition of Simon Mignolet as the new No.1.
A move back to Anfield is unlikely indeed for Reina, who is expecting Napoli to move to make his transfer from Liverpool a permanent one, with Brendan Rodgers himself recently expressing that the 31-year-old’s time with the club was as good as over.
Reina’s proposed contract with Napoli could be his last in European football, with the ‘keeper stating that he would likely pursue a move to America once he has seen out his next deal, wherever that may be.
"I would like to try to do something different in the future," Reina told Diario de la Roja. "Maybe America or something like that.
"My idea is to have three or four good years somewhere and then, after that, go somewhere else for a couple more years.”
Reina has made a total of 20 appearances for Napoli this term, having spent eight seasons as a Liverpool player.