Inter midfielder Sulley Muntari has revealed he could be interested in joining QPR this summer after his loan deal at Sunderland ended.
The Ghanaian spent the second half of the season on loan at the Stadium of Light after falling down the pecking order at Inter, but the Black Cats opted not to make his move permanent.
While he admits that he was disappointed at the decision by Sunderland not to extend his deal, Muntari is open to the idea of staying in England.
Muntari told skysports.com: "I would have loved to stay with Sunderland.
"I love the Premier League but do not forget I belong to one of the biggest clubs in the world.
"QPR? Why not, it will be a start. I have done it with another good English manager at Portsmouth.
"We even won the FA Cup, so you never know."
Muntari may also be prepared to return to Italy and fight for a place in Inter’s first team, but the Ghana international is now looking to see the opportunities that may come his way in the future.