Johan Elmander's agent says the Bolton Wanderers striker will decide in two months' time where to play next season.
The Sweden international is out of contract in the summer and eligible to leave the Reebok on a free transfer.
Elmander has been much-improved for Bolton this term with 10 goals to his name, although he has just one since the turn of the year.
Bolton are keen for Elmander to commit his future to the club, although Serie A side Fiorentina have reportedly joined the hunt for his services.
Elmander's agent Anders Wallsten is refusing to comment on which clubs may of may not be in for his client and he says it is not certain that the striker will leave Bolton.
"Interest from Fiorentina? At the moment I'd prefer not to comment as I don't want to intensify the speculation," Wallsten told firenzeviola.it.
"Is it certain he'll leave Bolton at the end of the season? It's too early to say. We'll make a decision in two months."