The Argentine striker is not quite ready to call time on his career at the Allianz Stadium amid persistent transfer rumours
Gonzalo Higuain has admitted he “could play in MLS” one day, but still plans to see out his final year at Juventus, and is expecting a “different dynamic” at the club under new head coach Andrea Pirlo.
Higuain returned to the Allianz Stadium last summer after a six-month loan spell at Chelsea, and featured in 44 games across all competitions for Juve in 2019-20.
However, the 32-year-old only found the net on 11 occasions, and Goal has reported that the Bianconeri are ready to offload the striker in the summer transfer window.
A potential return to River Plate has been mooted for Higuain, but his current contract is not due to expire until 2021, and he is currently earning a reported €7.5 million (£7m/$9m) per year in wages in Turin.
Although a man who has also taken in spells at Real Madrid, Napoli and AC Milan is quite content to stay put for now, he is open to undertaking a new challenge in the United States at some point.
Higuain thinks Pirlo’s arrival could see his role in the Juve squad change ahead of the new season, as he told Fox Sports when addressing speculation over his future: “Later on I could play in the MLS, many players will go and it would be…