- Javier Mascherano has decided to end his career in the MLS
- The player will move to America at the end of the season with Barca
- He has played in 330 games and won 17 trophies at Barcelona
Barcelona star Javier Mascherano star reportedly told the he wants to leave and play in the United States at the end of the season.
The former West Ham and Liverpool man is not interested in moving to China or Qatar for what will presumably be one final big pay day and instead hopes to play in America.
Sport report that the 33-year-old hopes to hit America and the MLS when he quits Barca at the end of the season.
The versatile Argentinian isn't a regular choice this season with Samuel Umtiti and Gerard Pique first choice central defenders.
Since signing from Liverpool in 2010, Mascherano gone on to make 330 appearances, winning a total of 17 honours which includes four La Liga titles, four Copa Del Reys and two Champions Leagues.