Orlando City have revealed they would be interested in bringing Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez to the MLS.
The Mexican is currently on a season-long loan with Real Madrid from United but his future beyond this summer remains unclear.
And the Americans have opened up a possible deal between the two clubs after admitting their interest.
Speaking to MLSsoccer.com, Orlando head coach Adrian Heath said: “I think that Chicharito, as he has proved at Real Madrid, would fit into our team very nicely.
“He is a quality player and I don’t think there is a team in the MLS that wouldn’t want him, we are included in that. We will see of it comes to fruition; I will be delighted if it does.”