Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave his strongest suggestion he plans to play for Sweden in the World Cup.
Ibrahimovic has posted on his official Twitter account: "The chance of me playing in the World Cup is skyhöga ["sky high" in Swedish]."
Ibrahimovic retired from international football following Sweden's 1-0 loss to Belgium in Euro 2016.
MLS will observe a nine-day break during the World Cup, from the opening match on June 14 running through June 22. Sweden have group-stage matches against Germany on June 23 and Mexico on June 27, with the Galaxy resuming play at the San Jose Earthquakes on June 30.