Nedum Onuoha is in talks with Major League Soccer side Real Salt Lake, as per a report by West London Sport.
The experienced defender was released by Championship side QPR at the end of last season and was offered a contract by their second tier rivals Hull City over the summer. However, it appears he sees his future in America.
Onuoha started his career at Manchester City and rose through the youth ranks of his boyhood club. He played 116 games for them in the Premier League before he was loaned out to Sunderland for the 2010/11 season. After spending a single campaign with the Black Cats, QPR snapped him in 2012 and he was there ever since before leaving them in May.
He helped QPR gain promotion to the top flight in 2014 and was a key player for the London side.
His next destination looks likely to be Real Salt Lake. A number of players have made the move to the MLS from the Championship in recent times such as Johnny Russell from Derby County to Sporting Kansas City, Tommy Smith and Joe Mason from Ipswich Town and Wolves respectively to Colorado Rapids and Adama Diomade from Hull City to Los Angeles FC.
Nedum Onuoha was wanted by Nigel Adkins at Hull over the summer but decided against staying in the Championship. The experienced defender could now be the next player to move to the MLS.