Tomas Pekhart's agent has admitted the striker looks likely to leave Tottenham during the transfer window.
The Czech youngster moved to White Hart Lane from Slavia Prague in 2006 but he has not been able to break into the senior Spurs side.
Having recently finished a loan spell with Championship club Southampton, Pekhart is keen to resolve his future within the next few days.
Agent Pavel Paska claims the 19-year-old has plenty of clubs keen on his services and would prefer a permanent move away from Spurs.
Asked about Pekhart's options, Paska told deniksport.cz: "Slavia, Germany or Holland.
"A few days ago I discussed Tomas' future with Harry Redknapp.
"I have spoken about him also with the club director Daniel Levy. There are two solutions - either Tomas will leave Tottenham or he will be loaned out again. I must admit that I am not for the second option."
Slavia are believed to be searching for a new forward after allowing top scorer Tomas Necid to join CSKA Moscow and Paska feels Pekhart would be an ideal replacement.
He said: "Yes, this is one of the options connected with the possible loan. But there are also offers from other places - from Germany and Holland.
"There (Slavia) they know Pekhart very well thanks to his successes with youth international teams."