Andres D'Alessandro has revealed he has no plans to stay at Portsmouth.
The Argentine spent the second half of last season on loan at Fratton Park from German side Wolfsburg.
D'Alessandro was instrumental in helping Portsmouth avoid relegation and the club had expressed an interest in making his stay at the club permanent.
Wolfsburg are thought to be willing to let the attacking midfielder leave and the news has alerted a number of clubs across Europe.
D'Alessandro has dealt a blow to Portsmouth's bid to sign him by suggesting he wants a join a more ambitious club.
"What I know next week my future will be determined and that I would like to leave Portsmouth for a club with bigger ambitions," D'Alessandro told O Jogo.
Portuguese giants Benfica are thought to be leading the chase for his signature and D'Alessandro admits he would be interested in a switch to Portugal.
"I do not know anything of the interest of Benfica, but if this is true that would be magic," added D'Alessandro.
"Benfica is an incredible club, one of the most important in European football, but I repeat I do not know anything at this moment.
"My representatives have informed me there is interest from England, Spain and Germany."