Colombian international Fredy Guarín has commented on speculation linking him with a transfer away from Portuguese giants FC Porto, saying that he will decide on his future in the coming week.
It has been widely reported in the Italian media that Juventus are interested in signing the 25-year-old, while Inter have also been credited with an interest, but Guarín insists that he will only consider a move to the Bianconeri if he is to leave Portugal.
"This week will be important in terms of sorting out my future, if I will continue with Porto or go to Juventus", Guarín told Radio Catena Nacional.
"Everything concerning whether I will continue to play with Porto or to leave will be decided between now and Thursday. And if I leave I will only go to Juventus".
Guarín, who signed for Porto in 2008 following a spell with Saint Etienne, was dropped by coach Vítor Pereira for last weekend's match against Rio Ave, suggesting that his future was very much up in the air.
Reports speculate that Antonio Conte's side are offering €2m to take Guarín on loan for the rest of the season, with an option to buy the player in the summer for €9m, but Porto are holding out for a package closer to €13m.