Kwadwo Asamoah admits there is a chance that he will be on his way out of Udinese this summer, with England a possible destination.
The Ghana international is expected to be on the move once the transfer window re-opens, with there plenty of interest in his services.
The 23-year-old is under contract until 2015, but the likes of Manchester United and Juventus are reported to be readying big-money moves.
Asamoah is aware of the speculation surrounding his future and concedes that he could be plying his trade in the Premier League next season.
He posted on his Twitter account: "Udinese is in my heart, if I stay in Italy or go to England that doesn't change.
"Attention is now on Ghana and I hope to have news next week.
"Can't say a lot except that wherever my future is I want to win things and better myself as a player.
"I will let you know where that is."
Udinese confirmed on Wednesday that they are in advanced talks with Juventus regarding a possible transfer, but insist no deal has been agreed as yet.
Asamoah, who is currently away on international duty preparing for the group phase of the African qualifiers for the 2014 World Cup, scored three goals in 31 appearances last season as Udinese finished third in Serie A.