Damien Duff is set to depart Fulham this summer after a five-year stay. Duff is open to the idea of moving to America as he wants to "try something new."
Duff has enjoyed an illustrious career in the English game, playing for clubs such as Blackburn Rovers, Chelsea and Newcastle United. His time at Chelsea even brought him two Premier League winners medals.
And as he now seeks a move abroad, it is no surprise he is considering a move to America. Since David Beckham's move to LA Galaxy back in 2007, it has become a growing trend for players to move across the Atlantic, where football is more commonly known as 'soccer'.
With growing crowds and more money in the American game than ever, players are seeing a move to the US as a viable option when looking for a new employer.
So with Duff's potential move in mind, we take a look at ten other players who have swapped the Premier League for the MLS.
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