"For me, I want another World Cup," Morgan said. "[Life after soccer is] not super soon. Four more years!"
Alex Morgan, Julie Ertz and Rose LaVelle also are on the shortlist after helping the U.S. defend its World Cup title this summer.
A new winner of the Best FIFA Women's Player Award will be crowned later this year.
Morgan's latest business endeavor doesn't have a name yet, but she wants it to help advocate for women's equality.
With Sunday's 2-0 win over the Netherlands, the U.S. set a record for the most World Cup titles won by a nation.
Netherlands held USA until Stefanie van der Gragt's foul on Alex Morgan earned Jill Ellis' side the penalty that broke the deadlock.
Morgan revealed her controversial tea-sipping celebration was an homage to English actor Sophie Turner, who hit out at the "haters."
Alex Morgan revealed her controversial tea-sipping celebration was an homage to English actor Sophie Turner, who hit out at the "haters".
President Trump has invited the United States team to the White House after the Women's World Cup, though it appears they will not attend.