Rotherham United defender Nicky Hunt has admitted he would be willing to consider a move abroad after being put on the transfer list.
Hunt still has a year of his contract to run but Millers' manager Steve Evans has informed him he does not figure in his plans for the new campaign.
Hunt spent the second half of last season on loan atAccrington, starting 11 League Two games. He admits the future is now uncertain. And whilst he would prefer to remain in England, a move overseas cannot be ruled out.
I just want to play football. A lot of thought goes into decisions like this because they it is life-changing.
"I might end up three hours away, or it could be half an hour and nothing much changes
But you never know. I might get a telephone call with an offer from Australia, USA, Cyprus, Greece, anywhere. I can't afford to rule anything out at this stage."
Rotherham United's League Two match against Exeter City this afternoon looks set to be called off because of overnight snow at the New York Stadium. The club says official confirmation is expected soon.
Rotherham United have signed defender Josh Morris on an emergency 28-day loan from Blackburn Rovers. The arrival of the 21-year-old left-back, who spent time on loan with Yeovil last year, comes on the same day Blackpool full-back Bob Harris' spell at the New York Stadium ended.
Morris, a former England Under-20 international, can also play left wing and through the middle and will go straight into Steve Evans' squad to face Plymouth on Saturday, while he is also available to play in the Millers' FA Cup campaign.
MK Dons striker Ryan Lowe has turned down a move to Rotherham United. Lowe, 34, has been made available for loan by Dons boss Karl Robinson and was linked with League One leaders Tranmere earlier this week.
The Millers agreed a deal to bring Lowe to New York Stadium, but he was not prepared to drop down to the bottom tier. "We tried to take Ryan Lowe, we agreed a deal, but he didn't want to come and play in League Two," said Rotherham manager Steve Evans.