Former Germany international striker Kevin Kuranyi has moved to suggest that he would love to end his playing career at Schalke.
The 34-year-old has been a free agent since his year-long spell with Hoffenheim came to an end in June, and he has yet to find a new club.
With his former club Schalke losing important attacker Breel Embolo through injury, media reports have suggested that the Miners could make a move on the veteran forward.
Kuranyi admits that he couldn’t say no to his former employers and that it would be a great way to end his professional career.
“I would definitely not say no to Schalke, if the call were to arrive,” Kuranyi told German media outlet WAZ.
“It would be a dream to once again help Schalke and finish my career (there).”
It was at Veltins Arena that Kuranyi enjoyed the most successful period of his career, bagging 71 goals in 162 Bundesliga appearances for the club.
The Brazilian-born striker was an important member of the Germany national team between 2003 and 2008, earning 52 caps and scoring 19 goals.