Krisztian Nemeth's agent has revealed that the Liverpool striker is attracting interest from a number of clubs other than Olympiakos.
Reports in Greece have suggested that Nemeth is poised to join Olympiakos after the two clubs agreed a deal for him to move.
The Hungarian's representative Viktor Kovesdi admits that negotiations have taken place over a switch but insists nothing has been decided yet.
Nemeth has failed to make the breakthrough at Anfield since arriving as an 18-year-old in 2007, but is still regarded as an exciting prospect for the future and Kovesdi says there is attention from elsewhere.
Speaking about the link with Olympiakos, the agent told Pepsifoci: "We can confirm that there have been talks between the two clubs.
"What is more they agreed about the details verbally, but there are numerous teams which want to sign Nemeth so his future is not decided at all.
"There are two other clubs which would like to get him and they go on as they want to be the winner for the striker's signature.
"Negotiations went so far with Olympiakos that we could turn onto the details of what the Greek side can offer for the player.
"But Nemeth hasn't travelled to Athens yet and he won't go there on Thursday because other clubs want him too."
According to Hungarian reports, Liverpool has offers for Nemeth from Portugal, Spain and Italy.