Catania striker Takayuki Morimoto looks set to leave the Serie A club at the end of the season.
The Japan international has struggled to make an impact under head coach Diego Simeone.
And the 22-year-old, who joined the club from Tokyo Verdy in 2006, admits he is ready to leave the Rossazzurri.
Morimoto told Mainichi Daily news: "I'll never stay at Catania.
"I can't say anything concrete, but my agent has mentioned offers from some clubs."
Morimoto missed Japan's Asian Cup-winning campaign in January after having knee surgery in December and has struggled to make an impact since.
The player has been reportedly linked with a move to Serie A rivals Napoli or Russian giants Lokomotiv Moscow.
However, Catania general manager Pietro Lo Monaco has hit back at the youngster's comments.
He said: "Morimoto is a Catania player. I will not allow presumptuous quotes to be made regarding transfers by him, nor his agent.
"The team still believes in him."