Shaun Wright-Phillips fancies MLS move

Shaun Wright-Phillips of Queens Park Rangers looks on during the Sky Bet Championship match between Queens Park Rangers and Sheffield Wednesday at Loftus Road on August 3, 2013
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QPR winger Shaun Wright-Phillips declares his interest to play with his brother in Major League Soccer.

Queens Park Rangers winger Shaun Wright-Phillips has declared his interest in playing in America's Major League Soccer before his career ends.

Wright-Phillips, now 32, has made just 10 appearances for QPR in the Championship this season and looks likely to move on when his contract expires at the end of the season.

A Premier League winner with Chelsea in 2006 and FA Cup winner in 2007 (Chelsea) and 2011 (Manchester City), Wright-Phillips is hoping to play with his brother Bradley, currently of the New York Red Bulls.

"I'd definitely love to go to the MLS at some point and it'd be great to play alongside my brother again before I hang up my boots," he told Manchester City's official programme.

Wright-Phillips also made 36 international appearances for England between 2004 and 2010.

Shaun Wright-Phillips is fouled during England's World Cup qualifier against Belarus in October 2009.
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