Forward was not offered a new deal by the Hammers.
West Ham United front man Carlton Cole looks like finishing his playing career in the Major League Soccer, says the Daily Mirror.
The giant former England international has just been released by the Hammers after seven years at Upton Park, during which time Cole managed to find the back of the net on 48 occasions in 210 Premier League outings for the East End club.
Meanwhile overall, the 29-year-old also registered 59 goals in 237 contests in all competitions, however, that was still not enough to convince West Ham head coach Sam Allardyce to offer Cole a new deal to stay with the club next season.
And as a result, a whole host of other suitors have since made their interest in the attacker known, including Premier League clubs Hull City, Southampton and Stoke City, as well as Championship outfits Leeds United and Queens Park Rangers.
However, it appears as though Cole will reject all their overtures to sign instead for the Los Angeles Galaxy.