Nwankwo Kanu is looking forward to the possibility of staying with relegated Portsmouth.
Nigeria international considering contract offer
Nwankwo Kanu is looking forward to the possibility of staying with relegated Portsmouth despite the financial troubles experienced by the club.
The player's legal representative Samuel Okoronkwo says his client is currently mulling over an offer from Pompey.
"The administrator [Andrew Andrinikou] has offered Kanu a new contract which we are in receipt of and negotiating," Okoronkwo told Portsmouth Today
"He's played at the highest level, but he's open-minded about playing in a lower division."
Kanu, who joined Portsmouth in 2006 and scored the winning goal in the FA Cup final in 2008, is currently on World Cup duty with Nigeria.
Money is in short supply at the Championship club and Andrinokou has publicly talked about capping wages at £10,000 a week.
"Money has never driven Kanu. It's the love of the game," said Okoronkwo.
"We understand what the administrator is trying to achieve and Kanu is supportive.
"If we can reach an agreement with the administrator he'd be willing to stay on."