Barcelona forward Eidur Gudjohnsen says he is open to offers as he considers his future at Camp Nou.
Reports in Spain suggest Barcelona are willing to let the former Chelsea ace leave as he does not figure in Pep Guardiola's plans.
Gudjohnsen has struggled to hold down a regular place in the Barca side and the recent signing of Alexander Hleb has pushed him further down the pecking order.
West Ham, Manchester City and Portsmouth are all believed to be keen on bringing the Icelandic international back to England, while French giants Marseille are the latest club to be linked with Gudjohnsen.
Gudjohnsen, who is part of the Barcelona squad for the pre-season tour of Scotland, says nothing has been decided about his future, but that he is keeping his options open.
Future"I am just thinking about getting fit for the next season and we will see where the future takes us," Gudjohnsen told Sky Sports News.
Asked if he was definitely leaving Barcelona, Gudjohsen replied: "No there is nothing definite in football.
"I am open to anything and like I said I am just concentrating on getting fit."