Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers could be set to offer a deal to former Chelsea and Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips, according to the Express and Star.
The 33-year-old winger was released by Queens Park Rangers following their relegation to the Championship and has amassed around £33.5 million worth of transfer fees during his 16 year career.
He joined Chelsea for £21 million in 2005 after an impressive season in the Premier League with Manchester City, but failed to establish himself at the Blues and returned to City three years later.
Following his release from QPR, he’s spent time in New York with brother Bradley training with the New York Red Bulls, where he’s impressed and could be set to stay in America.
However, Kenny Jackett is keen on bringing in his experience to the club this year to replace Bakary Sako, who left the club and looks set for a move to the Premier League.
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