The Sheffield United striker is reportedly wanted stateside.
Sheffield United captain Billy Sharp is being linked with a surprise move to Major League Soccer side Colorado Rapids - who recently signed a trio of UK based players, Danny Wilson (ex-Rangers), Jack Price (Wolverhampton Wanderers) and Tommy Smith (Ipswich Town).
The speculation stems from a report published by ESPN on Friday and has since been regurgitated in various places - including the league's official website.
Sharp had found himself out of favour at Sheffield United, the club he has supported throughout his life and played for across three spells.
However, the 32-year-old returned to the fold against former employers Leeds United on Saturday, and quickly made up for lost time by scoring both of the Blades' goals in a 2-1 win.
With promotion still a strong possibility, it is now even less likely that Sharp would call time on his Sheffield United career before the end of the season - at which point he will still have another year left on his Bramall Lane contract.
And most Blades fans are confident their number 10 will remain out of reach of other clubs for the foreseeable future.
Here's what they are saying on Twitter...
Well they can sit on this and swivel then.— ❄️⚔️ (@MattIsNotFat) February 13, 2018
His presence around the club is enough for me to want to keep him. Man of the match in the last game he would be a big loss even if he is getting older now.— ❄️⚔️ (@MattIsNotFat) February 13, 2018
No way is Sharp ready to retire himself to US Soccer, he's got a good few years left at the Lane. 3yrs in the sun and a big payday can wait a few years yet.— Gavin Lambert (@GavlarLambert) February 13, 2018
Yes of course, @billysharp10 wants to leave the greasy chip butties, leave the club that he loves and is currently captain of, who are currently pushing for promotion, to play with washed up pensioners and people who call the beautiful game ‘soccer’ piss off. #sufc #twitterblades https://t.co/EOoV7GX0cp— ™️ (@SimplySharpy) February 13, 2018
It wouldn’t surprise me if he did, there’ll be a time when he’s too old to keep up in the Championship, I think he’s got another year left in him but he might want to end his career somewhere that can offer him the chance to still be one of the best and offer a different life— The Elusive Westran (@TheWestran) February 13, 2018
Luckily I don't think you'll have to find out, he won't be going to your shite league— Connor⚔ (@con_sufc) February 13, 2018
Couldn't cut it in the MLS it's were players end there Careers it's like having a car for like 15 years all banged up you definitely would scrap it sharp is no way near that point— dezilee86 ⚔️ (@dezilee86) February 13, 2018