Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini is considering a switch to the MLS at the end of the season.
The Frenchman is expected to be told by Gunners manager Arsene Wenger that his services will no longer be required next season, with club captain Mikel Arteta also likely to be moved on.
Flamini, 32, returned to north London in September 2013 after he was released by AC Milan and has proved to be a useful squad player for Wenger in the last three seasons.
The tough-tackling midfielder was linked with a return to Serie A, but now, according to Sport Mediaset, Flamini is expected to open talks with a number of MLS sides about a switch to the States.
Flamini has won three FA Cups during his two spells at Arsenal and also played a pivotal role at left-back during the club’s run to the 2006 Champions League final.