Former Tottenham Hotspur hitman Roman Pavlyuchenko is weighing up offers from Indonesia as he considers to continue his playing career.
The 36-year-old former Russian international has been without a club since he left Ararat Moscow last November.
According to Sport Express, Pavlyuchenko has received offers from unnamed Liga 1 clubs, which one of them is believed based in the capital city.
“I will not go to there [Indonesia] alone but with my wife and children, because it is too far from here,” he revealed.
“I have not been told about the name of the club but when I received a contract offer, I will find out the details about the club.”
Since leaving Tottenham at the end of the 2010-11 season, Pavlyuchenko has turned out for a handful of relatively well-known clubs, such as Lokomotiv Moscow, Kuban Krasnodar and Ural.
Pavlyuchenko earned 51 caps for Russia, and scored 21 international goals. He made his international debut in 2003 and decided to retire ten years later.