Talented Inter Milan striker Robert Acquafresca believes he will soon know his new club.
The player, who spent last season on loan at Cagliari, says he has been told clearly that he is not part of Jose Mourinho's plans at the Giuseppe Meazza.
He is being tracked by many Italian sides, while Fulham have also expressed an interest, and he will be considering his future while at the European Under 21 Championship.
He told Gazzetta dello Sport: "Now I'm tranquil and I'm keeping my concentration for the U21 European tournament.
"Obviously, I'll also think about my future, which is set to be decided in coming days.
"I want to underline one thing - I have never said I want to go where I'd be guaranteed a regular starting place.
"I want only to have the possibility to play - to have my chance at the same level with the others.
"I'm used to having to fight to earn my place."
Inter and Genoa recently failed to find an agreement about a possible move for the 21-year-old, while Acquafresca also revealed Fulham's interest.
"Fulham called me personally on the phone. Each hypothesis must be considered - I could also try to go abroad as others have done," he said, although his name is also being linked with Lazio, Atalanta, Parma and Juventus.
"I don't want to say what side I prefer. Surely, playing in Europe with Genoa or Lazio would be a great result.
"Juve, then, are a really beautiful surprise."