The future of Andrés Guardado will be defined during the next months. The Mexican midfielder has a contract remaining with Real Betis until June 2022 and, at his 34 years old, there are several chances from his returning from Europe, where he plays since 2007.
The playmaker has intentions to live near to Mexico after his retirement and the chance of playing at the MLS before doing so is very interesting for him. Guardado was linked with Charlotte FC according to El Desmarque and could be paid a fortune for moving.
As it is usual in these cases, the MLS team pretends the player to arrive as a free agent, talking previously with Betis and arranging his departure. If such a thing happens, he could then receive the chance to earn a millionaire contract at the U.S. league. It is hard to know exactly how much money he could be gaining, but for sure above $3 million per season.
The professional career of the captain of Mexico national team started on Atlas. On July 2007 he left to Spain to play at RC Deportivo and, since then, he never returned from Europe. Guardado passed through Valencia C.F., Bayer Leverkusen, PSV Eindhoven and Betis. The chances for him at the MLS are big now.