But the Republic of Ireland captain will stay in America during the MLS close-season.
He said: "It's been a long season, with the Euros and what have you.
"I've a few little niggles that need to be sorted out so I don't think it would be right to go anywhere."
Unlike former Galaxy team-mate David Beckham, Keane could now see out his career in Los Angeles after penning a new two-year deal.
He added: "I had a year left and they offered me a new contract at the end of last season."