Trinidad and Tobago international striker Arnold Dwarika could be plying his trade in MLS next season, after impressing against the US. The 28-year-old Joe Public star is favouring a move to MLS, and has previously had try-outs in MLS, notably with Kansas City last year.
Joe Public have already rejected offers from clubs in Honduras and Guatemala, but club manager Richard Abraham said he would favour a bid from MLS.
"Arnold is a very talented striker and we can see why MLS teams might have an interest," said Abraham to TEAMtalk. "We would certainly not stand in his way and would consider an offer coming from MLS."
A host of MLS clubs, would be interested in bringing the player into their squad for the start of next season, which kicks of in March, should they be able to clear a foreign spot on their team.
He could possibly enter MLS as a discovery player, with his talented performance in the US World Cup qualifying 0-0 draw in Port of Spain last month for Trinidad and Tobago showing he is more than capable of being a menace against MLS defenders.