AS Roma defender Ashley Cole has reportedly agreed to move to MLS giants Los Angeles Galaxy, as per reports from Sky Sports

The 35-year-old former Chelsea left back has made only eleven appearances over the period of one and a half seasons and his future fell in further jeopardy when he was excluded from Roma’s 25-man Champions League squad.

Ashley Cole has reportedly bid adieu to his Giallorossi team mates and is ready for securing a move to the United States this month. LA Galaxy are ready to bring Cole out of his contract, which still has five months remaining on it. And reports from LATimes have suggested that the deal can be announced as early as Tuesday.

Robert Cianflone/Getty Images Sport

Cole has won a total of 107 caps for the English National team, but is yet to feature a single time for Roma this season, who recently axed manager Rudi Garcia and have brought in Luciano Spaletti to replace him.

Cole is one of the most decorated players in the history of English football, growing through the ranks at Arsenal and subsequently joining Chelsea, where he won the Premier League and the FA Cup in the single season back in 2010.

Read more from Kaustubh Pandey