Former Japan national soccer team players Kazu and 56-year-old MIURA Tomoyoshi resumed training in Osaka Prefecture on 5th in order to continue playing football. He revealed that he has received offers from several clubs, saying, "I like the fact that I can play with a solid goal, and I hope to make a decision this month."
In his 38th season as a professional, Miura joined Oliveirense in the Portuguese second division on loan in February and played three games, breaking the record for the oldest appearance in the league.
Six days after returning to Japan at the end of last month, Miura resumed training at a facility in Osaka Prefecture to continue playing, and worked on a light menu such as passing with a dedicated trainer and core training.
In an interview after that, he said, "The players who are playing in Europe will be off, but in my case, I have only been in the game for about five months this season, so I have to prepare myself.
As for the transfer destinations to watch, he said, "I've talked to a few teams, some of them I've actually talked to, so I'd like to hear from them," revealing that he has received offers from several clubs.
He added, "I like the fact that I can play with a solid goal, and since I am a football player, I want to make it a point to see if I can play in the matches. I hope to make a decision by the end of this month."
Miura will train at a facility in Osaka Prefecture until the 2th of this month, after which he will continue to make adjustments at the facilities of JFL club Suzuka Point Getters, where he played last season, as well as J2 and Yokohama FC.