Premier League veteran Thomas Sorenson is considering retiring at the end of the season unless he receives a good offer, according to SkySports.
The 38-year-old has made over 400 appearances in the Premier League for Sunderland, Aston Villa and current club Stoke City.
However, the Danish stopper hasn't featured in the league since the 2011/12 season and his playing time is mostly restricted to the domestic cup competitions.
He looks set to remain on the sidelines as-well; Asmir Begovic is the Potters' first choice and is very highly rated whilst the 20-year-old, England International Jack Butland was also bought in last January.
Sorenson retired from international football back in 2012 with an impressive 101 caps and has no plans to start dropping divisions to find game time.
He told Tipsbladet: "I have set some requirements for next season."
"It should be something where I can see some opportunities and challenges, because I feel I have played enough matches in my career.
"Therefore, I will not join a Championship club just to get to play more matches."
"I will turn 38 years and would like my body to still be healthy after the career is over."
Sorenson could be recalled by new manager Mark Hughes on Wednesday as his side travel to Tranmere Rovers for their League Cup tie.
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