Alejandro Faurlin is planning talks with Queens Park Rangers after the midfielder was linked with a move to Celtic.
The Argentine has impressed since moving to Loftus Road and has grown in stature during a turbulent season for the Championship club.
Scottish giants Celtic are reportedly weighing up a summer offer for the 23-year-old, while an unnamed Premier League side have also shown an interest.
Faurlin's agent Lucas Cominelli is now looking to discuss the interest with QPR and believes more should be known about the player's future next week.
Things to discuss
Cominelli said in the Ealing Gazette: "There are things to discuss with QPR, and in the next week or so we should know more."
Meanwhile, Faurlin admits he has not been unsettled by the constant managerial upheaval at QPR this season after being accustomed to regular changes during his time in Argentina.
"In Argentina it's normal. When you lose three or four games, he (the manager) is gone," said Faurlin.
"But every new manager has different ideas of how to play - and that's not always easy to understand straight away."