Bayern Munich's Arjen Robben has not ruled out a move to big-spending Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala.
Anzhi have been linked with a string of players throughout the summer and the maverick Dutch winger is just the latest name.
Robben, though, confirmed he is happy in Germany but admitted the future of any footballer is uncertain.
"Of course I've heard a lot lately about Anzhi, this is the team which has a lot of money," he told Sovsport.ru.
"But at the moment I wouldn't like to talk about my future. I'm 27 and I'm satisfied with everything at Bayern.
"But in life anything can happen, who knows - someday I'll maybe sign to the Russian club."
Anzhi are expected to complete deals for Inter Milan striker Samuel Eto'o and Munich's Anatoliy Tymoshchuk.
They have already wrapped up a deal to bring Yuri Zhirkov to the club earlier this summer after a disappointing time at Chelsea.
However, the signing of the Cameroon international would be a real coup and he is expected to hold a press conference in his homeland on Saturday confirming the switch.
Tymoshchuk has been on the bench for Bayern's first two opening games and would favour a move to Russia if a deal could be struck.
Anzhi's manager German Tkachenko has stated they are keen to improve the quality of their squad and buy Russian players when possible.
"Anzhi's plans for the transfer window have been well documented," he told Sportbox.ru.
"We want to include more Russians into the squad if possible and also improve our attacking options."