At least not yet, anyway.
Piatti revealed to FutbolMLS this week that he is currently in talks with the Impact over a new deal that would keep him in Montreal for a little while longer. The skillful playmaker said he does foresee himself heading back to his native Argentina in another couple years or so to finish out his playing days, but wants to remain with the Impact for now.
"The idea is to stay one or two more years with Montreal," Piatti told FutbolMLS. "We are in discussions over a contract, and then the plan is to return to Argentina. I'll be 34-years-old then, and I'll go to San Lorenzo or another Argentinian club and finish my career there."
Piatti, 32, has been a stud since joining the Impact in 2014. He has amassed 38 goals and 18 assists in regular-season play since then, and has recorded eight tallies and dished out three helpers this year.
The Argentine is one of the MLS players in Chicago right now preparing for Wednesday's All-Star Game bout with Spanish powerhouse Real Madrid (8:30 pm ET | FS1, Univision; TVAS, TSN in Canada).
You can catch his full interview with FutbolMLS (in Spanish) below:
Desde Chicago, arrancamos con la cobertura del Partido de las Estrellas de la MLS ante el Real Madrid. El volante argentino Ignacio Piatti del Montreal Impact nos cuenta cómo se preparan para este gran choquePosted by Univision Deportes on Sunday, July 30, 2017