Sulley Muntari has no place at Inter or Sunderland, so is “open to interesting offers” from around the world.
The midfielder joined Sunderland on loan in January, but the club did not take up its option to make the move permanent.
On his return to San Siro, it became clear he has no real place there either, so Muntari is looking for a new club.
“I am open to interesting offers,” the Ghana international told TV3.
“If I were to come back to my home country, then I'd choose Kotoko.
“I like the United States, as it's a great nation and their football is developing in a positive way.
“I don't think there would be a problem transferring there, but the offer has to be adequate in light of my career.”
Other sides said to be interested in Muntari include Turkish outfit Galatasaray.
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