Unsettled Manchester City star Yaya Toure is expected to leave the Etihad when Pep Guardiola takes over as boss in June and reports say Major League Soccer clubs are queuing up to land the Ivorian international.
The Daily Star reports that New York Red Bulls and Orlando City have made their interest known with at least one other club also weighing up a bid for Toure.
There could also be the option of joining up with Frank Lampard at New York City FC, the MLS franchise backed by City’s billionaire owners.
Guardiola has already started his search for Toure’s long-term replacement in midfield – with Juventus star Paul Pogba his No.1 choice.
Toure remains one of the highest paid stars in the Premier League on £240,000-a-week but City bosses fear he is past his best.
It is understood Toure is keen on playing in the MLS, where he would become the latest high-profile star to join the growing league.
Toure looks to follow in the footsteps of the likes of David Beckham, Andrea Pirlo, David Villa, Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard and country man and former national team mate Didier Drogba who all moved to the US at the end of their playing careers.