Sergio Aguero's agent has revealed that Juventus are still leading the chase for the Atletico Madrid striker but does not know where he will end up playing next season.
The Argentina international announced his intention to leave Atletico at the end of the season and all the leading clubs in Europe have since been linked with a possible summer swoop.
Juventus were thought to have made an offer but Aguero's representative, Bruno Satin, is not sure that is the case.
Satin admits Juve are currently in pole position but has refused to rule out a switch to Real Madrid despite their rivalry with Atletico.
He told calciomercato.it: "I think there are very few teams where Sergio could go.
"Currently the club that has expressed greater interest in the player is Juventus but, as far as I know, they have not yet received any official offer.
"An interest of Real Madrid? There would be difficulty in having more rivalry with Atletico, but if Los Blancos decided to move and were willing to pay the full release clause the deal would succeed."
While Aguero could be on his way to Juventus this summer, reports have suggested that another of Satin's clients, Mohamed Sissoko, might soon leave the Italian club.
The former Liverpool midfielder is thought to have attracted the attention of several clubs but Satin expects him to stay at Juventus.
"Fiorentina and Marseille on Sissoko? This is just journalistic speculation," said Satin.
"As I said, I think Sissoko will stay at Juventus. I know that (new Juve coach, Antonio) Conte likes him so I think he would keep Sissoko."