Former Portsmouth defender Sol Campbell is in no rush to find a new club, according to his agent.
Campbell left the south coast club after his contract expired at the end of June and despite most clubs now beginning pre-season training his agent, Sky Andrews, insists he is in no rush.
The Portsmouth News suggests that whilst interest is high from other Premier League clubs, Campbell may be considering resigning for Portsmouth.
However, for that to happen he would have to take a large cut his wages and his agent revealed, "There is nothing sorted with Sol at the moment. I don't know if anything is going to happen with Portsmouth now."
Andrews also insisted that he would not force Campbell into a move and that the player has the final say on where he eventually moves.
"Sol is a grown man and makes his own decisions. It's not like when he was a teenager and I would advise on him on his options, he is a big man now and decides for himself what he is going to do," he added
Campbell has been training individual to stay in shape for the new season ad is more than happy to take his time over his next career move.
"He's been keeping himself busy. He will do that [make a decision] when he's good and ready," Andrews explained.
Blackburn Rovers, Aston Villa, Newcastle United and St Etienne have all been linked with a move for the 34-year-old.
David Kifford, Goal.com