Javier Pastore has always been a fan-favorite at the Parc des Princes so Paris Saint-Germain supporters like to keep tabs on him despite the fact he left the club in 2018 for AS Roma.
Last month, the Seattle Sounders and Inter Miami of Major League Soccer were reportedly interested in signing the 30-year-old Pastore, and in recent days another MLS team has entered the fray.
According to Sky Sports (via TNT Sports), the Los Angeles Galaxy is interested in Pastore who is under contract with Roma until 2023. After losing Zlatan Ibrahimovic to AS Milan last January, the Galaxy could use a marquee player who can still contribute on the pitch, and Pastore checks both of those boxes.
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If Pastore made the decision to head to America and join the Galaxy, he would be welcomed by fellow Argentinians Cristian Pavón, Emiliano Insúa, and Emil Cuello, The question Pastore has to answer is whether or not he is at the point in his career where he wants to leave Europe and Serie A for an inferior league in terms of popularity and competition.
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