At 38, former All Blacks great Dan Carter will see attract numerous offers for his services despite the tough times clubs are facing worldwide.
Carter is currently a free agent with his final season with Japanese Top League club, Kobe Steelers, called off due to the global pandemic.
The 38-year-old has given no indication he intends to hang up his boots and according to a report by Rugby Pass, he could bee off to USA with the report linking him a move to the New York franchise.
The club has just lost the services of former French skipper and bustling midfielder Mathieu Bastareaud - who has returned to France with Lyon - and are hoping to lure former England captain and loose forward Chris Robshaw across the Atlantic along with Carter.
The first-five played 112 tests for New Zealand, winning 99 of them and scored 1598 points which remains an international record.
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Carter would follow other stars in Drew Mitchell and Tendai 'The Beast' Mtawarira to join the US league with former England international Ben Foden.
Carter confirmed that he will leave Japan with the following message on his social media channels:
I’ve gone a bit quiet since the JRU announced they are cancelling all their competitions this season. I know it’s the right decision with what the world is going through at the moment but I would have loved to try help my @kobelcosteelers_official
family win another top league, and I’m gutted I can’t do this. I want to thank the club, fans and my teammates for welcoming me and making the last two seasons some of the most enjoyable rugby I have ever played. The clubs future is looking very bright, and I’m glad I got to add my little piece to the @kobelcosteelers_official