Edin Dzeko hopes to have his future resolved inside the next ten days.
The Wolfsburg striker has been the subject of mounting speculation for some time, with several clubs reported to be interested in signing him.
Dzeko admits he could find himself on the move before the transfer window closes, but insists there is no guarantee he will be sold by Wolfsburg.
Having been linked with the likes of Milan and Juventus in the past a move to Italy would appear to be his most likely option, but the prolific forward claims anything could happen over the coming weeks.
“I hope to know in about 10 ten days time what my future will hold,” said Dzeko.
“Everything is still possible, but I am a player of Wolfsburg at the moment and any transfer dealings are being handled by my agent.
“There has been talk of Milan and Juventus, but there has been nothing concrete that I know about.
“They are two of Europe’s most prestigious clubs, it is an honour to be linked with them, but Wolfsburg also have big plans for the future. We will have to see what happens.”