A host of clubs have been alerted to the availability of Ghana defender Samuel Inkoom as he seeks a move away from Dnipro.
Inkoom has found himself out of favour at Dnipro under Juande Ramos and spent the second half of last season on loan at Bastia.
The 24-year-old, who has been linked with the likes of West Ham, Sporting Lisbon and Hamburg in the past, is now back at Dnipro, but he is keen to move on as it appears he does not figure in Ramos' plans.
Inkoom's agent, Christian Emile, has confirmed they are talking with Dnipro about securing a move away elsewhere.
"The situation with Samuel is incomprehensible," Emile told Sky Sports. "It was Ramos that wanted Dnipro to pay a significant transfer fee to acquire his services from Basel and now the same coach has completely frozen him out.
"The problem is a personal one that neither myself, the player or club hierarchy understand.
"Last month Samuel earned his 40th international cap and played an important role in helping Ghana move closer to World Cup qualification, yet he has come back to Dnipro and it is clear that he is still not in the coach's plans.
"We are talking with Dnipro to find a swift resolution, the player must continue his career elsewhere."