Lazio striker Miroslav Klose could decide to leave the Serie A club for a new experience in Major League Soccer.
The German, 37, has endured a very bright spell at the Biancocelesti since his arrival from Bayern Munich in 2011.
According to Gianlucadimarzio.com, the forward, whose contract expires in June 2016, could be heading for MLS, with an unnamed club reportedly setting its sights on the former German international.
Klose has enjoyed a very successful career, as he holds the record of being the all-time top goalscorer in the FIFA World Cup. He has also won the Coppa Italia with Lazio and the Bundesliga title on two occasions with Bayern Munich.
It has been reported that the player is also keen on a move away from the club and he could decide to terminate his contract by mutual consent in order to join his potential new team in spring, which is when the new MLS season will commence.