Report claims Iker Casillas could join New York City FC in the summer

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We’ve got an update of sorts on the latest batch of “Iker Casillas to MLS” rumors.

The obscenely-decorated Porto goalkeeper, 34, could make a move to New York City FC at the end of the Super Liga season, according to multiple reports.

We know Casillas is open to Major League Soccer, and Univision says the Spanish veteran is ready go in June.

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The site El Economista claims that NYCFC have made an offer for Casillas, who likes the idea of joining countrymen Andoni Iraola and David Villa in the Big Apple.

NYC has veteran Josh Saunders between the sticks, as well as former Manchester City youth keeper Eirik Johansen.

The 165-times capped Spanish keeper has two European Championships and a World Cup title to go with five La Liga titles and three UEFA Champions League crowns at Real Madrid.