Rahim wants more playing time
Ghanaian midfielder Rahim Ayew says he is ready to sign for any club that will guarantee him unlimited playing time as he decides on his club future after being linked with a host of clubs.
The 21-year-old is likely to move in the summer transfer window after impressing at the CHAN tournament in La Cote D'Ivoire.
The eldest son of football legend Abedi Ayew Pele is cautious of his next line of action as he moves abroad.
"Where I will get the opportunity to play a lot because I need to play a lot am not going there to warm the bench.I need to play," Rahim told Ghanasoccernet.com
"For now I don't know where I will go because it depends on the personal terms and the contract that they will offer me."
Early last month, his local side Eleven Wise claimed they had reached a deal with German Bundesliga outfit TSG Hoffenheim but the player returned home without a deal.
"Everything was good. Still there are a lot of clubs after me so they are still negotiating so they are still thinking about everything, if another team gives the better offer then maybe I might not go to Hoffenheim.
" Toulouse, there is Le Mens, Zamalek is still bidding. There's a lot and and can mention on and on.Friesburg is also there."