Israeli has offers from all over the world to decide on.
Chelsea midfield player Yossi Benayoun has confirmed that he will be leaving the west London club when his contract runs out at the end of this season, reports the London Evening Standard.
The highly-experienced Israel international has only been at Stamford Bridge since 2010, when he joined from arch-rivals Liverpool for £5.5 million on a three-year deal.
However, the 32-year-old’s time in the capital has not been a happy or successful one, with Benayoun being loaned out to Chelsea’s city-rivals Arsenal for a campaign in his second season at the club, before returning to the Blues last summer to see out the final year of his contract in the capital.
But, the playmaker then found himself surplus to requirements and so was sent out on loan once again, this time with former club West Ham United, before spending the second half of this season back at the Bridge.
“If I wanted to stay perhaps I could, but I’m looking for a team where I can express myself more,” Benayoun said.
“Agents are talking about offers from America, Spain, Russia and England, but there’s nothing concrete at the moment.
“I’ve no regrets about staying at Chelsea. I’ve been a strong part of the rotation system, starting some games and coming on as a sub in others. That’s something to be taken into account, when there are attacking midfielders in the squad like (Juan) Mata, Oscar, (Victor) Moses and (Eden) Hazard.”