Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes has revealed that he’s unlikely to be staying at the club for next season.
The 37-year-old has spoken to ESPN Brasil this week, and made it clear that he will have to find a new club to continue his career.
Gomes was simply asked if he’s returning to England in the next week, with no further questions about his future or where will he play at. But he was quickly saying he should leave the Hornets.
“Saturday, I gotta solve my life there. Let’s see what happens. But probably I will not stay at Watford, even because the manager doesn’t count on me for next season so I have to go there to sort out my future.”
“I have many possibilities, one of them is to come back to Brazil, but the future belongs to God.”
Asked if he’s keen on returning to his home country, Gomes said: “I don’t know, it depends on the project, I pretty much like to take projects, and it has to be a great project, you know? I don’t to come back just to play.”
Signed on a free transfer from Tottenham Hotspur in 2014, Gomes has made 149 appearances for Watford in his four seasons at the club.
He even made 26 appearances for the Hornets last season, but has been benched since January, and only had one last chance to play for the club in the Premier League’s final fixture against Manchester United.