Former coach of Hearts of Oak, Kim Grant says he will decide his next move when football resumes after the coronavirus.
The former Ghana international has disclosed that there are offers on the table, but he is yet to make a decision on his next destination.
Grant is currently in England after he was sacked by Hearts of Oak after just three match days this season.
"I've had a lot of offers before leaving Ghana but will decide where to go after the Covid-19," he told Sikka Sports.
The 47-year old believes his works at Hearts of Oak has made the club attractive, helping the team sign some good players.
"The fantastic job I did at Hearts of Oak made the club attractive and that why every player wants to play for the club," he added.
The Ghana Premier League has been halted because of the outbreak of the coronavirus which has claimed nine lives in the West African nation.
The return of the top flight is unknown, however a three week lockdown has been lifted allowing activities to return to normal but there is still a ban on all sporting activities in Ghana.
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