Julian de Guzman says he is considering a couple of “concrete” offers from NASL clubs By Steven Sandor Posted on March 20, 2015 4 0 591 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Julian de Guzman, centre, is flanked by Canadian women's national-team players Emily Zurrer and Desiree Scott at the West Edmonton Mall. Julian de Guzman has played in Germany and Spain; he’s been a Designated Player in Major League Soccer. Is his next stop the North American Soccer League? The veteran Canadian national-team midfielder, at the West Edmonton Mall Friday for the launch of the new red Canada kit, said he hopes to have a new team at the end of March. He’ll be with the Canadian national team for its upcoming Florida camp and its March 27 friendly against Guatemala and its March 30 match at Puerto Rico. He confirmed that the “most concrete” offers he has on the table come from a couple of NASL teams. He wouldn’t name which NASL clubs have put offers forward, but he said he’s giving them some serious consideration. He’s also had heart-to-hearts with Canadian national-team coach Benito Floro. “I have to be what’s best for me, and what’s best for the national team,” said de Guzman. He said he would love the chance to go back to Europe or play in MLS, as well. He recently had a short trial with the Columbus Crew. MLS. NASL. NWSL. GOOD FOR CANADA? WE ASK THE QUESTION IN PLASTIC PITCH #5. NOW AVAILABLE FOR APPLE and ANDROID DEVICES. Or, visit the PLASTIC PITCH SHOPIFY STORE!