Genoa star Juraj Kucka has admitted he could join Inter Milan in January.
The Slovakian international midfielder joined Genoa in January this year from Sparta Prague.
Inter bought Kucka in a co-ownership deal in August as they swapped him with Emiliano Viviano.
Now reports suggest that Inter are ready to take Kucka in the New Year, and although he admits that is a possibility - he does suggest that he could also remain at Genoa.
"I may walk and moved to Inter Milan as early as January, but there is also the possibility that I stay in Genoa until the end of the season," Kucka said.
"The clubs are deciding, but I don't know anything and I only concentrate on football played.
"Anyone wants to hit major objectives and happiness weighs so much in sport.
"The important thing, however, is that a player landing in the right place at the right time, I hope to take important steps in the coming times."