Charlton Athletic's out-of-contract striker Deon Burton is mulling over a lucrative overseas move.
The Addicks front-man is considering offers away from The Valley with his current deal set to expire in the coming days.
Manager Phil Parkinson has allowed the finisher to assess his options and a number of clubs have shown an interest in the much-travelled 33-year-old, including League One new-boys Notts County.
However, Burton's agent Darryl Powell has revealed the former Sheffield Wednesday and Derby marksman is weighing up the prospect of leaving England, while also hinting that his client is open to extending his spell at Charlton.
"Deon's had a firm offer from a club in Europe and we've had interest from elsewhere," Powell told the South London Press.
"The offer from abroad is a decent one and it's probably more than anyone could pay in this country, but it might not be enough for him to say 'yes'.
"We haven't spoken yet with Charlton about terms but I know Deon would like to have had something sorted by this stage."