Francesco Totti has made up his decision about the future - 'AS' claim.
Italian striker could continue his playing career in the United States once his 25-year spell with Roma comes to an end in July.
Arguably Roma's greatest player of all time, Totti will not be offered a new deal by Roma and whilst it has been widely assumed that he will hang his boots up during the summer, an offer from America could well see the 40-year-old prolong his career for at least another year.
ESPN report that the forward is keen to continue playing and reports by Italian publication La Gazzetta dello Sport claim that he could receive an offer to join Miami, who are a second-tier side in the North American Soccer League.
Totti is expected to be given the chance to move upstairs at Roma, as incoming sporting director Monchi recently said he hoped the fan-favourite would accept an offer that would see him become a director for six years.
The player himself has insisted that a decision regarding his future will be made at the end of the season, as he now also ways up the possibility of moving to Miami.
Key behind that very deal could be two other retired Italian legends, Alessandro Nesta and Paolo Maldini. The former is currently Miami's first-team manager, whilst Maldini part owns the football club.