According to MLS Soccer, Newcastle United right back DeAndre Yedlin has already decided that he wants a move to American this summer.
It’s claimed that Yedlin is ‘very interested’ in heading home to the United States, with informal talks held with a number of clubs.
An imminent move looks unlikely, but a return to Major League Soccer is thoght to be ‘at the top of the list’ for Yedlin this summer.
The fee and wages involved are a problem, but Yedlin seems to have his mind set on heading back across the pond, five-and-a-half years since leaving Seattle Sounders.
Yedlin was born in Seattle and made 69 first-team appearances for the Sounders, meaning a return there would no doubt appeal to him.
The 27-year-old only managed 10 Premier League starts for Newcastle this season, and Steve Bruce is unlikely to fight to keep him.
It now seems likely that Yedlin has played his final game for Newcastle, as the club will want to sell before his contract expires next summer.
Newcastle haven’t even held talks with Yedlin over a new deal according to this report, and he is expected to leave this summer – even if a move to America takes some time to materialise.