Star defender Simon Kjaer has refused to rule out leaving Palermo in the January transfer window.
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is an admirer of the 20-year-old and Serie A side Palermo have confirmed they have received bids from two English clubs.
Kjaer is also thought to be a target of Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United, while two German clubs are said to have made offers.
The Denmark international claims that he is unaware of any approaches but he accepts that there could be new developments before Monday's transfer deadline.
He told Gazzetta dello Sport: "I'm happy to be here and I would love to conquer Europe with Palermo, but when the market is open you never know what can happen.
"I have not had a proposal and anyone who comes forward will have to speak with the club first.
"I have already spoken with the sporting director, Walter Sabatini, about next season. Much will depend on our position in the league.
"If we qualify for Europe, I will play with Palermo. If we qualify for the UEFA Champions League, that would be the maximum."
Sabatini confesses Palermo are facing a battle to keep hold of Kjaer and striker Edinson Cavani.
He said: "If Inter Milan cannot keep hold of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and AC Milan sold Kaka, what chance have Palermo got of keeping Cavani?
"Ahead of important offers for him and for Kjaer there is little to do."