The world's most expensive goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has conceded he could leave Juventus in the summer.
The 28-year-old Italian number one joined the Turin giants for £32 million five seasons ago, and stayed this season despite relegation as a result of the country's match-fixing scandal.
Internazionale were linked with a move for the keeper over the summer, while speculation surrounding Chelsea's interest has increased following Petr Cech's serious head injury.
Buffon has now ruled out a move in the January transfer window though, but has offered hope for his potential suitors in the summer.
"There is the possibility that I will remain at Juventus but there's also the possibility that I will leave," Buffon admitted.
"I will decide in June what to do.
"I have to consider several things. I always take a last minute decision and right now, I am in no hurry."
The Serie B outfit had their point deduction halved to eight points on appeal last week, though they remain some distance off winning their way back to the top flight any time soon.