Defender Atiba Charles could be heading out soon again on trial in Greece.
The Vibe CT 105 W Connection player returned home this month from trial at South Korean top club Busan Park and is likely to head over to an unnamed club in Greece.
Charles has also received a contract offer from a Singapore club, but the possibility of better offers has the Point Fortin-born player weighing his options.
“The trial at Busan went pretty well, but the club may want me back in April and I will have to decide whether I wait until then, or whether I head off to another trial in Greece.
“There’s the club in Singapore which has already put the offer on the table for me,” Charles said last Thursday, as he regrouped with some of his T&T team-mates at a reception launch hosted by Carib at the 51 Degrees on Cipriani Boulevard.
“It’s the same club of our former coach, Ian Porterfield, and everything there is really first class. But time will tell where I end up, hopefully before the World Cup.
“My aim is to also keep my game in order, because the chance to make the World Cup team is watching me in my face at the moment,” added Charles, who also said that Englishman Terry Fenwick is the man behind his next stint in Europe.
Meantime, MLS-based players Cornell Glen (Colorado Rapids), Avery John (New England Revolution) and Scott Sealy (Kansas City Wizards) will return to their respective clubs within the next two weeks for training before the new season.
Midfielder Brent Rahim is also back in town and will be heading off to Dallas FC, with intentions of signing a new deal.