According to the New York Times, Alejandro Bedoya is considering up to 15 offers from Europe and North America.
The 25-year old former Orebro and Rangers attacking midfielder is out of contract after his short-term deal with Swedish champions Helsingborgs expired earlier this month and is now being targeted by MLS outfits as well as clubs from Germany, France, Spain, the Netherlands, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland.
With all the interest coming his way, Bedoya insists that he is prepared to pay for less in order to keep his dream of playing in the 2014 World Cup with the USA team alive.
“I can’t speak for everybody, but I assume that the World Cup represents the pinnacle for any soccer player,” Bedoya told the NY Times.
“I would take less money to find a club situation that will get me to playing time, a path to becoming a better player, and a spot for 2014.”