Despite previously claiming that Inter striker Hernan Crespo was on the verge of an an 'imminent' move to Fiorentina, the player's agent, Fernando Hidalgo, has now revealed that there are other offers being considered.
"I do not know if Fiorentina are still interested in Crespo. I have to speak with [sporting director Panataleo] Corvino again," he told Lady Radio.
"At this time I'm not in Italy and thus I can't tell you anything more on the future of Hernan, at least until next week."
The Argentinian representative confirmed that Genoa and Napoli have also inquired about the veteran hitman's availability.
"Nothing has been decided, it's up to me and the player to assess an offer by Genoa. On the table, we have proposals from other clubs as well.
"Napoli is still an option. Crespo prefers a two year contract, that would give him more confidence. However, everything is on hold until next week."
The 33-year-old has constantly found himself on the bench with the Nerazzurri this season, only managing two goals in limited playing time in Serie A.
Adam Scime, Goal.com