Outgoing head coach of the Black Stars, Avram Grant had disclosed there are clubs and countries asking for his services.
The former head Chelsea manager was hoping to end Ghana’s 35 years trophy drought at the just ended Africa Cup of Nation in Gabon.
The Israeli tactician was charged by the Ghana Football Association to win the ultimate but Ghana finished the competition on the fourth position after Cameroon crashed them in the semifinals of the competition and lost to Burkina Faso in the third and fourth place fixture.
On Tuesday, the FA released press statement indicating the Ghana Football Association and Avram Grant have agreed to part ways mutually after their contract ends on February 28 but he has disclosed some clubs and countries have already expressed interest in him.
“I don’t know to be honest.” He said.
“Normally in football I have a long term plan, short term plan and in football sometimes you need plan Y.
“But in my private life I don’t know and I don’t want to know. There are already enquiries from some clubs and national teams but it doesn’t bother me.
I want to relax and be with my family a little bit because it has been a while. Afterwards we will see.
“I don’t know what would happen in the future.” He added.
Reports have already emerged that club in Germany and in England have expressed interest in the former West Ham manager.