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Shaun Wright-Phillips Looks To MLS To Revive Career

Shaun Wright-Phillips has been linked with a move to join his brother Bradley in the MLS.

Bradley was the MLS top scorer in the US in 2014, and Shaun clearly believes it is the right destination to revive his career.

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He has a combined transfer fee of £29.1 million, 36 caps for England, 1 Premier League title, 2 FA Cups, 1 League Cup and a Football League First Division title – but has not kicked a ball for QPR this season.

Furthermore, he only played 11 times in the Championship last season, leading some to feel the 33 year old’s career is over.

New York Red Bulls, Seattle Sounders, Orlando City, and Philadelphia Union have all been touted as possible destinations.

 

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