Arsenal's Emmanuel Eboue has told skysports.com that both Milan and Juventus have enquired about securing his services.
The 24-year-old full-back, who is currently at the Africa Cup of Nations representing Ivory Coast, joined The Gunners from Beveren in 2005.
Eboue has regularly featured in Arsene Wenger's side since his switch, tallying 54 starts to date.
Wenger originally utilised the Ivorian at right-back, however the arrival of Bacary Sagna has seen Eboue move up into right-midfield.
And speaking before Ivory Coast's Group B fixture against Benin, Eboue has revealed that a number of 'big clubs' have approached Arsenal about signing him in the January transfer window.
"I didn't want to talk about that. What I can say is that many big clubs spoke to Arsenal about a transfer in the January transfer window," he told skysports.com.
However, he insists he is content to stay at Emirates Stadium for the time being.
"But for me, it is Arsenal for the moment. I did not put a transfer request in. I like Arsenal. However, you never know [what might happen]," he concluded.