Inter Milan veteran Esteban Cambiasso will be playing Major League Soccer when his career in Europe is over.
That is the opinion of River Plate president Rodolfo D’Onofrio who is keen to bring Cambiasso back to the Buenos Aires giant but suggests he may instead make his way to North America.
33-year old Argentine midfielder Cambiasso is out of contract with the Nerazzurri this summer and is pondering the next phase of his career with D’Onofrio pointing him towards MLS.
"I would really love to bring him back here, but I can say with certainty that, when Cambiasso leaves Inter, he will continue his career in the United States,” he told Telam.
Cambiasso started his professional career with Independiente back in 1998 before heading to the Argentine capital and River in 2001. A 2002 move to Spanish powerhouse Real Madrid followed before the 52-times capped international landed at the San Siro in 2004.
Since joining Inter, Cambiasso has appeared more than 400 times, winning five Serie A titles, four Coppa Italia trophies, four Supercoppa Italiana, one FIFA Club World Cup and one Champions League title.
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