He might be 38 and his most recent football might have been in his home country of Australia but the man with the greatest leap in football, Tim Cahill, looks set for a return to playing in England.
At 38 most players will be retired or at least winding down their careers but not Tim Cahill. The Australian is preparing to lead the line for his country at the World Cup by getting himself a new club and a move back to England.
Cahill scored twice in Australia's Asia play-off in qualification for the World Cup this summer in Russia against Syria, including the Aussies extra time winner, and after splitting from Melbourne City in December he's after regular football ahead of the tournament.
The Daily Mail are reporting that the forward known for his heading ability is on the verge of a return to England and, despite his love of getting the band back together, it's not for David Moyes' West Ham.
In fact he is about to head back to the club he initially made his name in Millwall. The Championship side are looking to make him an offer to return to the place he left 14 years ago to move to Everton.
A source close to the player told Australian newspaper the Herald Sun that the deal was all but done, saying, "He will be back at Millwall. Tim has already gone to England. It's not a done-deal just yet but expect an announcement soon. Only a last-minute hitch will complicate the signing.
"His decision to go back to England will prolong his career and all but guarantee he will be on the plane to Russia."
During his initial stint with the Championship club he helped them reach the FA Cup final, before losing to Manchester United, and scored 56 goals in his time with the club before moving on to Everton.
He bagged another 68 times for the Toffees and lost another FA Cup final, this time against Chelsea, before moving to New York Red Bulls, Shanghai Greenland Shenhua, Hangzhou Greentown and finally Melbourne City.
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