Ex-PSV, Man City, Puebla winger Beasley on verge of MLS comeback

DaMarcus Beasley is being heavily linked with a move back to Major League Soccer.

DaMarcus Beasley is being heavily linked with a move back to Major League Soccer.

The 31-year old winger is on the verge of leaving Mexican outfit Puebla after being placed on the clubs transfer list last week and could be in the frame for a MLS return.

A source close to Beasley told MLSsoccer.com that the former Chicago Fire star could be the latest USA national team star to head back home.

Recent returnees include Clint Dempsey, Michael Bradley and Maurice Edu and it has been suggested that Beasley is in the market for a new club and could join the aforementioned trio.

Beasley started his career with the LA Galaxy in 1999 before moving to Chicago the following year where he rose to prominence.

The 114-time capped international joined Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven in 2004 and has since spent time with Manchester City, Rangers and Hannover prior to his 2011 shift to Puebla.

 
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