TONY Yeboah, who left Frankfurt under a cloud two years ago and then found glory in the English Premier League, is reportedly eyeing the German Bundesliga again after friction with Leeds' boss George Graham. The 30-year-old Ghanaian has been benched far more than he has been allowed to play since recovering from a long injury spell, and has made clear he is set to move at season's end on May 11. 'I've got offers from several clubs which I'm looking at with my adviser,' was all Yeboah would say. But he is clearly becoming frustrated at not getting the outings he feels he deserves. The brawny striker played straight into the hearts of Leeds fans last season after joining from Frankfurt following a row there with then coach Jupp Heynckes (now with Tenerife). He scored 19 goals in league and cup competitions and was voted player of the year by Leeds supporters before being struck down by a complex knee injury a year ago. Yeboah's recovery lasted right to the end of 1996, prompting an irritated Graham - who took over this season from Howard Wilkinson, the man who bought Yeboah - to say he had never known a player take so long to recover. The fall-out between the two was complete when Yeboah insisted on playing all Ghana's scheduled matches once fit again, and when Graham shook up the Leeds attack, meaning much bench time for Yeboah. A recent 4-0 rout at Liverpool prompted Leeds fans to demand their hero's reinstatement - but although Graham has brought his star back, success has not followed.