Germany striker Miroslav Klose has revealed he has received lucrative offers to ply his trade in Eastern Europe after the World Cup.
The hot-shot's future is up in the air after he was a peripheral figure at Bayern Munich last season.
He has put in impressive performances at the World Cup, including scoring two goals, and may be tempted by the prospect of first-team football away from the Allianz Arena.
Klose told Bild: "I have a contract with Bayern until 2011 which I have to honour.
"Of course there have been enquiries, especially from Eastern Europe, which are really lucrative."
But the 32-year-old is adamant that financial concerns would not be the principal factor in any decision.
He added: "At this stage of my career, any switch is not a case of money."