Ex-Wales star Neil Taylor has FOUR transfers offers from abroad including India and Turkey after leaving Middlesbrough | The SunJune 8, 2022
NEIL TAYLOR is weighing up offers from FOUR overseas clubs.
The Welsh left-back, 33, departed Middlesbrough at the end of last season when his contract expired.
He is now a free agent but four foreign clubs are interested in his services, including from clubs in India, Turkey and Azerbaijan.
The ex-Swansea City and Aston Villa star, who played at Euro 2016, has a Indian heritage through his mum Shibani, who was born and raised in Kolkata.
Both clubs from the 4.5million populated city – ATK Mohun Bagan and East Bengal – are keen on signing Taylor.
Istanbul Basaksehir of Turkey have also registered their interest in the 43-cap man. They finished last season in 4th place and will be in the Europa Conference League qualifying rounds next season.
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Additionally, FC Baku in Azerbaijan have made an offer with the defender looking for a move abroad.
Taylor enjoyed a solid season for Boro featuring 17 times after joining part way through the season.
He helped Chris Wilder's side knock Manchester United and Tottenham out of the FA Cup and narrowly miss out on a play-off spot.
Boro could replace Taylor with forgetten Chelsea man Baba Rahman.
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Taylor was in Cardiff on Sunday to witness Welsh pals Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey make history by qualifying for the World Cup for the first time since 1958.
Wales go into the group featuring England, USA and Iran.
He has not featured on the international stage since 2019.
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