Former Barcelona striker David Villa has agreed to a new deal to remain at MLS football club New York City, according to reports.
The club, which is set to plat Atlanta United this weekend, agreed to retain the Spaniard for at least another year following his big contributions to the team.
Villa wants more football action as he kicked out the idea of retirement even at 35 year. Since moving to the MLS side, he has scored 46 goals in 70 games to become the top scorer. He scored the club’s first ever goal at the Yankee Stadium and he was picked as the skipper immediately he joined in 2015. Just recently, the striker scored an impressive goal from a distance when City played Philadelphia Union. Continue reading VILLA SIGNS NEW DEAL