AIDEN McGEADY admits that he could be on the move from Russia back to the UK if Spartak Moscow decide to cash in and sell their Ireland international during the transfer window.
McGeady has just completed the season with Spartak – he played in the last game of their league season after an initial six-game ban for a sending off was reduced to two games – and is due back for pre-season in early July.
But the former Celtic man has repeatedly been linked with a move to England and he says that it could be a runner.
"I have only a year left on my contract so it (speculation) is bound to happen. If Spartak want to cash in on me now because I could go for nothing in a year," McGeady said.
"But I am happy just now, I came back into the team in March after I got fit again and I was playing some of the best football I played since I went there. I am enjoying it and I'm happy but we'll see what happens in the summer."