Diego has revealed that he has not made up his mind whether he will stay at Werder Bremen in the summer or move to a bigger European club.
The Brazilian playmaker has established himself as one of Europe's leading players since signing for Bremen from Porto in 2006.
The 24-year-old has been at his instrumental best this season, helping guide the club to the Uefa Cup and German Cup semi-finals.
The former Santos youngster admits that he has already received offers from top clubs across Europe with Juventus often mooted as a possible destination despite having a contract with the German club until 2011.
"I have offers from top European clubs," he told Sportbild. "(Bremen) manager Klaus Allofs is aware of that."
Diego refused to reveal who the clubs were but did admit that he was flattered by the past interest of Juve.
"On the one hand, it makes me proud that great clubs like Juventus, for example, have shown an interest," he added.
Happy at the club
"But I live in reality. All my expectations have been met in Bremen, I am happy and have a contract until 2011."
However, he did state that he was open to extending his deal further with the Bundesliga outfit.
"Either I leave or stay or even extend the contract."