The Croatia international has gathered interest from both the Bundesliga and Serie A, but has vowed to make his current club his first point of contact before deciding his futureFor all the latest reports and transfer rumours, visit our dedicated section here.
Bayern Munich striker Ivica Olic could be set to leave the Bavarian giants in the summer and already has offers on the table, according to Bild.
The 32-year-old has stated he is looking for a new two-year deal that his next deal and Juventus, Lazio and Wolfsburg have all allegedly made offers that fulfill his desire.
Interest from Lazio, where Olic could be reunited with former team-mate Miroslav Klose, is well-documented, with the experienced forward having allegedly been offered a two-year deal worth €2 million per season.
Coach Felix Magath previously confirmed Wolfsburg's interest in the player, but only now is it reported that the player has received a contract proposal. The reported interest from Juventus is new according to Bild.
Despite the significant interest in his services, Olic has pledged not to decide to leave Munich without speaking with his current employers.
"I will not decide anything without having spoken with Bayern," he said. "But I will not know what Bayern have in store for me until May. I have a big family, we want to plan our future. I'd love to stay, but not only for a year.
"At 32 I no longer have the claim to play from the start of each game. But I want to play more than 10 minutes once every five games. I can definitely help our team for two years. Let's see what happens."
As recently as December, Olic confirmed he would leave Bayern at season's end. However, he has had a change of heart as of late, hinting that he might sign a contract extension.
Bayern have pledged not to let the striker leave before the summer, and recently announced plans to sign a new striker, reported to be Manchester United's Dimitar Berbatov.
This season, Olic has featured for just 133 minutes in the Bundesliga, making no starts for the club.