Nicklas Bendtner claims to have received a number of approaches for his services, but no decision will be made on his future until after Euro 2012.
The 24-year-old striker will be on international duty with Denmark this summer, as they attempt to replicate their European Championship heroics from 1992.
Helping his country in that quest is Bendtner's priority at present, with domestic concerns put to the back of his mind.
It is unclear where he will be playing his club football in 2012/13, with there seemingly no future for him at Arsenal.
The Gunners sent him to Sunderland on a season-long loan last summer and have already bolstered their attacking options this year with the signing of Lukas Podolski.
It is expected that Bendtner will be offloaded once the transfer window re-opens, and he claims to have plenty of options to consider.
"Yes, I have talked to other clubs," he said.
"I have told all the clubs that I want to wait until after Euro 2012.
"We have got plenty of time to sort out the future."
German champions Borussia Dortmund are among those believed to be keen on securing Bendtner's signature.