Spanish footballer David Villa leaves Overseas MLS New York City FC. The thirty-year-old striker plans to continue his career as a player, but has not yet published the title of his new job.
Master of the World (2010) and Europe (2008) spent four years in New York and was his first captain. In 124 matches in the MLS he scored 80 goals.
"I can only say that I thank you, above all the City Football Group, that you give me the opportunity to play here, the New York City FC and the MLS all that they accepted, and thank everyone in the club that helped me in the administration, those who working for a team, trainer, officials and relatives with which it would be impossible to succeed. "
"I thank journalists for their respect for me, and since the first day I was dressed in a shirt in New York, I can not forget the big fans of New York," said AP of former Canadian Sporting Hihon, Zaragoza, Valencia, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.