CSKA Moscow's sought-after winger Milos Krasic will decide his future before the World Cup.
The Serbian international has caught the eye of Europe's elite this season with the likes of Real Madrid, Manchester United, AC Milan, Liverpool and Bayern Munich all tracking the highly-rated 25-year-old.
Krasic's current deal in Russia expires at the end of the season and the attacking midfielder has eyes on a move to Spain after describing Real as the 'biggest club in the world'.
"For now I'm still a CSKA player and I haven't signed for anybody yet," he told Sportski Zurnal. "But I have a lot of interesting options so I will make my mind up before World Cup.
"I would like to travel to South Africa with nothing on my mind.
"Where would I move? Well based on my playing style (and) lifestyle wishes I wouldn't have any problems adapting to life in Spain.
"Real Madrid - it is by far the biggest club in the world and anybody would love to play in the white shirt.
"But also playing for AC Milan and Manchester United would be dreams come true."