Inter Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari could look to leave the Serie A club in January if he is not playing regularly, according to his agent.
Muntari joined Inter on a four-year contract from Portsmouth in 2008, but has struggled to make an impact this season.
He was substituted after just half-an-hour of Inter's opening Serie A game of the season against Bari last month, and has subsequently appeared off the bench against AC Milan and Parma.
The Ghana international was linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur during the summer, having played under Harry Redknapp at Portsmouth.
Reports in Italy continue to link Spurs with a bid for Muntari, whose agent Fabien Piveteau says the player may have to move in order to boost his World Cup prospects.
"My client has had a difficult time over the past two weeks, football wise I mean as he hasn't played," Piveteau told Goal Italia.
"At the start of the month, he was not transferable, but I can't say that now.
"In a few months we will see.
"He has to play regularly because he is important to his national team and wants to be in the 2010 World Cup."