McCarthy has indicated that he wants to leave West Ham United to other clubs to enable him get playing time.
The former Bafana Bafana star who is still struggling to gain regular playing time with the Hammers, who are presently down the bottom of the English Premiership table has been told to leave the club if wants to.
According a weekend report in Times Live, McCarthy’s business manager, Rob Moore, said that his client is pondering offers from various MLS clubs.
“He is frustrated at only being given cameo appearances. We’re looking at several possibilities. Benni wants to play. He’s not a guy who sits on the bench and collects his cheque,” Moore said.
“There are options in England and elsewhere in Europe, but I don’t think he would rule out an interesting move to an MLS club. It would be an opportunity to contribute to the game on another continent. We’ve had one or two discussions, and we’ll see what happens in coming weeks.”
The 33-year old, has allegedly been told by West Ham that he does not have a future with the club.
McCarthy has battled weight problems since joining West Ham for £2.5m from Blackburn Rovers last January and has failed to break into the first team this season.
Unconfirmed report say English Npower Championship side Queens Park Rangers are lining a loan bid for the South African.