Socceroo legend Tim Cahill could make a move back to the English Premier League with two clubs reportedly offered the services of the New York Red Bulls man.
Sunderland or the recently promoted QPR are among the clubs believed to be the likely destination for the 34-year-old.
The former Everton player has been plying his trade in the Major League Soccer for the past two years and could make a loan switch back to England while the MLS is in the off-season.
UK's the Daily Mail also reports Cahill has options to return to Australia to play in the A-League ahead of the 2015 Asian Cup, with Sydney FC the front-runner for his services.
Cahill was recently awarded the ESPY for 2014 MLS Best Athlete and became the first Australian to score at three seperate World Cups.
His effort against Netherlands in Australia's second group stage match in Brazil was highly regarded as one of the best goals of the tournament alongside James Rodriguez and Robin van Persie.comments