Romario heading Stateside?

Now 40 years old, World Cup legend Romario (what a wonderful finisher he was) is reportedly set for a career swansong in America, with Brazilian-run club Miami F.C. Romario is currently in his third stint with Rio de Janeiro's Vasco da Gama but he's fallen out with the coach and could soon be off to Florida. He's currently stuck on 966 career goals – I guess he figures that the American second division, where Miami play, is as good a place as any to make the final push towards 1000 career goals.

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