Siena star Mattia Destro is still in the dark over where his future lies, his father has confirmed.
The Under-21 international, who has been called into the full squad, is wanted by a number of Serie A clubs with Inter Milan, Juventus and Roma said to be leading the chase.
Destro is co-owned by with Siena and Genoa and agreeing terms with them is proving problematic.
Destro told Sky Sport Italia: "I hope that (Siena owner, Massimo) Mezzaroma and (Genoa's, Enrico) Preziosi let me go to a big club."
The young striker says he has no preference himself, and would even consider Paris Saint Germain.
"I have no preference: AS Roma, Juventus, Inter and AC Milan are all great sides. PSG? I'd rather stay in Italy, but with my agent we are following this hypothesis too."
His father hinted it would likely be Inter, Roma or Juventus.
"A move to Inter would be a return to the team where he grew up," Flavio Destro told Tuttosport.
"Roma are a club who have a coach in Zdenek Zeman who particularly gets the best out of his attacking players.
"But Juve too have a great tactician in Antonio Conte, as well as a side of the highest level.
"Mattia is unaware of his future and he would have wanted some stability by this moment in time, but he's calm.
"The only thing for certain right now, unless something changes in the next few hours, is that he'll start pre-season with Siena on Monday."