Former Manchester United player keen to extend his playing career.
Everton’s Phil Neville is keen to continue his playing career despite leaving Goodison Park at the end of the season.
A number of Premier League clubs are ready to offer him the chance to continue playing at the highest level according to The Daily Mail.
Neville is thought to have been inundated with offers of media work since announcing his decision to leave Everton.
But Neville has expressed his love for football and stated that is keen to continue playing for as long as possible.
Neville has been taking his UEFA ‘A’ coaching badge recently and is set to travel with Stuart Pearce’s England Under 21 team as a coach during the European Championships in Israel this summer.
Neville insists though he is desperate to return to the Premier League football afterwards and the likes of Stoke and Aston Villa are reported to be ready to offer him a deal to make that come through.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp has always been effusive in his praise for Neville in the past and is thought to be ready to tempt Neville to London should they avoid relegation to the Championship.
Hull are also thought to be ready to make an offer should they succeed in their promotion bid.