Midfielder has been made this offer after West Brom exit
Former West Bromwich Albion midfielder Wes Hoolahan is set for a trial with League Two Cambridge United.
Hoolahan was one of a number of players to depart The Hawthorns at the end of the season after the Baggies failed to clinch an immediate return to the Premier League.
The Irishman, who along with Tyrone Mears, Boaz Myhill, Gareth Barry and James Morrison were all released at the end of their contracts, made ten appearances after agreeing an initial short-term contract back in September.
Now, the former Norwich City favourite is to be handed an opportunity to earn himself a contract with United, who are managed by his former Canaries coach Colin Calderwood.
Last season the U’s escaped relegation from the Football League, having finished 21st in League Two; Hoolahan, though now 37, would be quite a coup.
The diminutive veteran has made 480 career appearances after his stint at The Hawthorns, with more than 350 of those being made at Carrow Road.
Hoolahan also has 43 caps for Ireland and netted in a draw with Sweden in Euro 2016.
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