Radamel Falcao has admitted that he could be about to play his last match for River Plate as speculation intensifies surrounding his future.
Benfica are understood to have made an offer for the Colombia international, while Porto have also been linked and Liverpool are reportedly interested as well.
Falcao, who claimed 12 months ago that he was a transfer target for Arsenal, is aware that a number of clubs are keeping tabs on his progress.
He only recently signed a contract extension with River Plate but is now looking forward to embarking on a new challenge in Europe.
"I know about the interest of several teams so this match against Estudiantes could be my last one at River," the 23-year-old told the Argentine press.
"I am happy because I have reached to an agreement with the officials for renewing my contract.
"Besides that it had expired on 30th June, I didn't want to leave River being out of contract, I want to River to receive the amount of money the club deserves for my transfer.
"I have been at River since I was very young so I owe many things to this wonderful club."