Muntari Tagoe has expressed interest in joining a Ghana Premier League team following the coronavirus-induced evacuation.
Tagoe was among the contingent of footballers who arrived back home from Ethiopia last month and had to go through 14-day mandatory quarantine following a distress call to the Government of Ghana and the Ghana Football Association (GFA) for help.
The 28-year-old currently plays for Jimma Aba Jifar in Ethiopia, having joined them from Asante Kotoko last year.
"It is an agreement between two parties; they come to me and I go to them, we sit down and negotiate," he told TV3.
"Any Ghanaian player should not belittle himself because this is the work we do and you have to go all out for it and deliver for the club.
"Medeama is my home but it is going to depend on what is in the contract. If I am comfortable with it, I will deliver."
Tagoe made his breakthrough on the local scene with Medeama SC, with whom he won two MTN FA Cup titles.