Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan are locked in negotiations with Ghanaian star Kwadwo Asamoah for a possible contract termination.
The 32-year-old wing-back has one more year left on his existing Inter contract, but he has already been told by the club's manager, Antinio Conte, that he is not in his plans for the coming season.
Asamoah has already been linked with a host of clubs, including Turkish sides Fenerbahce and Galatasaray, and German outfit Arminia Bielefield but no bid has been made yet.
Graphic Sports Online understands that talks are already going on between the player and the club for a possible cancellation of his contract to enable him move as a free agent.
The Ghanaian has experienced a torrid time in the past few years, with his career being blighted by recurrent injuries.
He made just 10 appearances in all competitions for Inter last season and was left out of their Europa League squad when football resumed in August.
The Ghanaian previously played for Udinese and Juventus where he was a dominant figure in the team which won the Scudetto five times in a row.
Asamoah has spent the last 12 years of his career in Italy playing for Serie A outfits, Udinese, Juventus and Inter.
During his time bat Juventus, the Ghanaian won six Serie A titles, four Coppa Italia crowns and three SuperCoppa Itaaliana trophies.