Found October 04, 2011 on
Here are some excerpts from an article on the Daily Mail
EXCLUSIVE: Rio’s ready to play with Fire! Injury issues may tempt him to join Beckham
Interest in Ferdinand from the American soccer franchise Chicago Fire – revealed by Sportsmail – is very real. They need a high-profile player to give their efforts in the MLS the boost and the profile that David Beckham has given to LA Galaxy on the west coast.
Ferdinand’s former United team-mate is proof that a move to the relative backwater of the MLS does not necessarily signal an entry into football oblivion, and the attraction of a move to America would be clear to a player already immersed in US music and culture.
Certainly the next few months will be crucial in terms of where Ferdinand’s career takes him. He is out of contract in the summer of 2012, and United will not wish him to run his current deal down.
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