Winger feels he’s played his last game for the club.
Spartak Moscow winger Aiden McGeady has opened the door to a move away from the club after admitting that his family find it life in the city difficult, Sky Sports reports.
Last week reports suggested that Sunderland are preparing a summer swoop for the Irish international after he confirmed that the Russian side may look to offload him instead of letting him run down the final year of his contract.
Wigan Athletic had reportedly agreed a fee with Spartak for the 27-yer-old but the move couldn’t be completed as McGeady ‘went cool’ on the idea.
However, upon joining up with his international colleagues he confessed to being unsure as to whether he would be returning to Moscow after the summer.
“I don’t know if I’ve played my last game for Spartak. If they get an offer it’s up to them whether they accept it,” he said.
“I don’t want to spend another four or five years there. If I don’t stay with Spartak, I would like to try somewhere else, maybe England.
“Moscow is not an easy place to live. I find it OK but it can be difficult for family.”