Palermo playmaker Javier Pastore admits he is not likely to make a decision on his future until after the Copa America.
The Argentina international is currently preparing for the tournament, which starts in his home country on July 1st.
Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini insists that the club will not settle for anything less than an eye-watering £44million for 'El Flaco'.
Pastore told Sky Sport Italia: "Going to Palermo was very important for my career and I hope to continue doing well over the next few years.
"My future will be decided after the Copa America. I will talk with president Maurizio Zamparini and my agent, then we'll work out what to do."
Manchester City, Barcelona, Chelsea, Inter and Juventus have all been linked with a move for the 22-year-old, who cost Palermo just £5m in 2009.