Serie A strikers Alberto Gilardino and Fabio Quagliarella could be moving to the MLS, according to Sky Sport Italia journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.
The highly regarded sports writer has suggested that the players’ agent Beppe Bozzo has flown to United States to speak to various interested clubs.
Both players are nearing the closing stage of their careers and having been heavily linked with summer exits, chances are MLS could be their next destination.
Alberto Gilardino, one of Serie A’s most prolific active forwards, has kick-started his career while on loan at Bologna last term, and has played his way into the first team plans of Italy boss Cesare Prandelli.
He has scored a total of 3 goals in 8 Serie A matches this term, while netting once in three 2014 World Cup qualifiers for the Azzurri.
Meanwhile, Fabio Quagliarella remained at Juventus after missing out on a summer move, and has in turn scored 3 goals in 7 matches.