Lazio striker Miroslav Klose has revealed that he is considering leaving the struggling Serie A outfit for a stint in North America's MLS.
The Germany striker joined Lazio on a free transfer in July 2011 and at the end of this season his contract with the Roman club will be up, but the veteran seems keen on moving on to the next challenge in his career rather than staying in Italy.
The former Bayern Munich man has turned out 65 times for the Biancocelesti, but this season the team have struggled in the Serie A and now the 35-year-old is clearly considering a move away from the Italian league.
"I had a few proposals from the MLS and that would be interesting, seeing as [West Germany legend] Gerd Muller also went to America," Klose revealed in Lance!.
"In any case, I have no intention of retiring, as I want to play for a while yet."
The Polish born hit-man is clearly not struggling to find interested clubs and he revealed that his current employers are still interested in keeping him at the Stadio Olimpico, even though he may want to find greener pastures.
"I have a contract with Lazio until June and they proposed an extension, but I've received other offers," he flatly admitted.