The German defender intends to continue playing in the first level of football.
defender Jerome Boateng is not interested in joining MLS and wants to continue his football at the top level in Europe.
Following Bayern Munich's agreement with Leipzig over the transfer of Dayot Upamecano, the Bavarians decided not to sign a new contract with Boateng. He played a very important role in the success of Bayern Munich in recent years, but eventually, Bayern Munich decided to release him.
Boateng is also not in Germany's squad for Euro 2020, despite his good performances last season. There have been many rumors about the German defender's possible presence in MLS, butGoal
has claimed that he does not intend to play in the United States and wants to continue playing football in Europe.
According to Goal, clubs from England, Spain and Italy want to sign Boateng. After 10 years in Germany, it is said that Boateng is looking for new experiences in another league and prefers not to move to another Bundesliga team.
He also has a glimpse of returning to the German national team. Joachim Low will leave the German national team after the end of the Euro competition and will be replaced by Hansi Flick, the Bayern coach for the last two seasons and Boateng chances for World 2022 will increase.
Boateng joined Bayern Munich from Manchester City in 2011, winning nine Bundesliga titles and two Champions League titles during that time.