Robinho has admitted he would be prepared to consider a shock switch to Turkish side Besiktas.
The Brazil international is currently away on World Cup duty, but has domestic issues still hanging over him.
He spent the second half of last season back in his homeland on loan at former employers Santos, having been deemed surplus to requirements at Manchester City.
Robinho has regularly expressed a desire to secure a permanent return to his roots, with it apparent that his time at Eastlands is coming to a close.
Having struggled to make the desired impact in England following a record-breaking move in 2008, the Samba star is keen to reignite his career elsewhere.
Talk of a switch to Spain, where he turned out for Real Madrid prior to joining City has been touted, with Barcelona said to be keen.
Few expected a Turkish outfit to race to the front of the queue to land his signature, but Besiktas are now well-placed among the frontrunners.
Former Real boss Schuster, who worked with Robinho at the Bernabeu, has expressed a desire in bringing in the Brazilian, well aware of the ability he boasts.
Rather surprisingly, Robinho has now admitted that he could be tempted to take up such an offer, having enjoyed working under the German coach during his time in the Spanish capital.
"If Schuster is there, I could go too," he said.