Is Miguel Herrera open to a move to coaching in Major League Soccer? The Club América manager said he’s been contacted in the past and doesn’t rule it out in the future.
Piojo lauded MLS as a league that’s made progress by signing big players, and coaches alike. His side fell to Atlanta United in a thrilling Campeones Cup final at Mercedes-Benz Stadium and a rematch is possible should the teams navigate through the CCL Round of 16.
"It’s growing by taking giant steps forward. It’s a league that is on a really good path toward becoming a powerful, strong league," he said. "They’re showing it economically. I think you’ve seen that with three or four clubs already opening their wallet with how they’re bringing in coaches, bringing in players.
"If that keeps changing, we’re going to have a lot more competition because the middle portion of their rosters, that’s the part that still hasn’t finished raising its level.
”But it’s also a young league. We can’t say they’re just doing everything perfectly. It’s a young league, but it’s growing really, really well.”