Scottish forward and Premier League veteran James McFadden is currently on trial with the Philadelphia Union.
Union coach Jim Curtin said the former Birmingham City striker is looking for a spot on the Major League Soccer side after he was released by St Johnstone over the summer.
"Obviously he comes from a tremendous pedigree. He played at the highest level," Curtin told CBS Philly.
"At the moment he's returning to full fitness off of an injury. So we'll have him in, take a look, and give him a few days to impress. We're always looking to upgrade the roster."
McFadden, 32, earned 48 Scotland caps between 2002 and 2010. He spent 2 1/2 years at Blues following his £5m move from Everton in January 2008.
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He played 88 times and scored 14 goals before his suffered a knee injury returning to Goodison Park in October 2011 after Blues' relegation.
The Glasgow-native had been training with boyhood club, Motherwell, but with no permanent deal.