It’s already been over one month since Shaun Wright-Phillips began his training with the MLS Side New York Red Bulls after he was released by Queens Park Rangers; he opted to make a switch overseas and has established a closer relationship with the MLS team after having participated on a number of training sessions with New York Red Bulls and along with his brother Bradley.
Bradley Wright-Phillips is the younger brother of Shaun Wright-Phillips and the 30 year old forward finished the previous season of the Major League Soccer by scoring 32 goals which was the highest amount of goals scored in that campaign. Shaun Wright-Phillips is believed to have taken an interest in the New York Red Bulls and is considering joining the American team where he will have the chance to play alongside his brother and help his younger brother in scoring even more goals.
The coach of the New York Red Bulls, Jesse Marsch has stated in numerous occasions that Shaun Wright-Phillips is only taking part in the training sessions of the MLS club and the manager is not even considering signing the experienced but there might be something else going on.
A few days ago there was a poll which was made in twitter where the supporters of New York Red Bulls would like see Shaun Wright-Phillips joining the team as an official player and the response was that the majority of the clubs supporters wanted to see the English performer with the jersey of the MLS side.
When Bradley Wright-Phillips was asked about how things were going with his brother, the MLS player replied by saying: “He loves New Jersey, he loves where we are, we have lovely neighbors. He loves it, there’s nothing to worry about here. It’s great in the summer, lovely He has really taken to it, he likes it here.”
Shaun Wright-Phillips is reaching an age where it’s time to consider what to do in the twilight stages of his career and spending it with the New York Red Bullls might just be his best option as he can play in a league and a team where the pressure will not be as high compared to other clubs and not to mention the fact that he would be playing along with his brother.