Nicolás Castillo could head to MLS on a season-long loan

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Blaise Bourgeois

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Two months ago, forward Nicolás Castillo was notified by the América leadership that he would not be in DT Santiago Solari’s plans for the start of the 2021 Apertura tournament.

Several rumours immediately came out during that time that, so far, have not come to fruition, including him going to the United States to play in Major League Soccer.

Marca is now reporting that nobody in Liga MX is interested in the player, however, they claim that MLS is more than a realistic option for him to come in on loan this summer.

Although nothing has been defined, Castillo continues to work out with the rest of his teammates as he is still under contract.

In 27 career appearances with the Eagles, the 28-year-old has contributed nine goals and three assists.