Midfielder Silvio Spann is the target of a top European club which he prefers to keep unnamed to the public before further contract talks take place.
The former St Benedict’s College and Vibe CT 105 W Connection standout is currently back home and trained with Leo Beenhakker last week. He is likely to head out with a squad of players next week for a training camp in Ft Lauderdale and will do so before heading off to Europe.
“There are a couple really good clubs who have made offers and it’s a matter of deciding which one will be most suitable to me as a person and a player,” Spann said.
Former West Ham United midfielder Brent Rahim is also back home and is scheduled to join the Dallas FC camp on February 4 as he goes there with intentions of signing a deal to play in the 2006 MLS season. Rahim, prior to returning home earlier this month, despite not playing regular club football for the past couple months, had been in training with Gillingham and Grimsby football clubs in England.
“It was just a case of training with these clubs to keep fit. I will be heading over to Dallas next month and we’ll take it from there,” Rahim said.