Former Kasımpaşa manager Shota Arveladze has revealed that he will take courses at Arsenal, Porto and Real Madrid.
“I will go to Real Madrid, Porto and Arsenal to develop my understanding of the game,” Arveladze told Fanatik.
“I will go on courses and take part in training sessions at the clubs, I need to improve my knowledge in order to take the next step up.
“I love coaching in Turkey so could return soon.”
Arveladze quit his job as Kasımpaşa manager after his side lost 2-1 against Konyaspor following his touch of class in allowing the opposition to score.
Ryan Donk put Kasimpasa 1-0 ahead against Konyaspor but but the visitors had stopped playing because of an injury to Kasimpasa attacker Ryan Babel.
However, Arveladze ordered his side immediately allow Konyaspor to score allowing Hasan Kabze to stroll through to score immediately after the re-start.
Kasımpaşa are currently managed by Jan Wouters who will take charge of the side until the end of the season.
Wouters was previously the Youth Development Coordinator at the club.
Kasımpaşa dropped into 13th place on 29 points following the defeat against Gençlerbirliği.
The Istanbul based club will take on Beşiktaş next in the Istanbul derby.