Mohamed Sissoko has revealed that he is hoping to secure a contract with a European team after leaving Paris St Germain.
Sissoko negotiated his release from PSG in September and has since come close to joining a couple of clubs, having trained with Reading and also had a trial with Anderlecht.
The former Liverpool and Juventus midfielder has been keeping himself fit and believes he still has a lot to offer at the highest level.
He told tuttomercatoweb: "I have terminated the contract with Paris Saint Germain because I was no longer good there.
"Now I'm without a team, I live in France and I train every day with a personal trainer, waiting for a good offer.
"If there is a proposal from Europe that is my priority. I am 28 and I know I can still play in an important team.
"When I'm old, near the end of my career, I can think of going to the United Arab Emirates."
Sissoko was loaned out to Fiorentina last season but struggled to make an impact.
Reaclling his time in Italy, he said: "At Fiorentina unfortunately things did not go well, but I arrived when they were doing a great championship and they had the full team.
"I have not played much but I think I played my part."