Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard is likely to join Major Soccer League side LA Galaxy as per Daily Mail.
The Daily Mail reported that the MLS club LA Galaxy are ready to capture his services in the summer after Steven Gerrard announced his decision to leave Liverpool at the end of the season.
Gerrard will follow the steps of his compatriot David Beckham after making the toughest decision of his life yesterday.
La Galaxy are planning for a four year deal of £100,000-a-week for Gerrard same as they offered Beckham.
Galaxy have been keeping close tabs on the Liverpool skipper since November when it was first reported that he could be on his way out in the summer.
However, many top sides including Bayern Munich are interested in his services. Premier League sides may also step up despite of knowing that Gerrard will not join them.
Gerrard has already told that he will never play against Liverpool which means he will not join a club that could meet the Reds in future.
While Red Bulls’ sporting director Gerard Houllier (former Liverpool manager) is also eyeing to bring Gerrard.
Canadian outfit Toronto are also keeping tabs on the Liverpool skipper as their star player Jermain Defoe is set to leave the club.
Columnist: Dany Fendi