Ghana striker Dominic Adiyiah is on the move for a new club haven been declared a free agent following the liquidation of Arsenal Kyiv.
The 24-year-old amongst several other players were given their free statuses after the financial extinction of the Ukrainian club.
The situation leaves the Ghana international who had only started scoring again without a club.
But the former AC Milan youngster is certain of making another European move when the secondary transfer window opens in January.
“I am now a free agent following the financial issues with Arsenal Kyiv,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“There are some offers being considered by my agents.
“The main thing over my next move is to have regular playing time and that is what we are working on now.
“By January a move should be sealed for me to return to playing my football.”
Adiyiah almost wrote his name in African football folklore until his goal-bound header was painfully cleared off the line by the hand of Uruguay striker Luiz Suarez in the quarter final of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Ghana eventually lost the game in a penalty shootout to deny the Black Stars a place in history as the first African side to make the last four of the tournament.