The in-demand forward has reiterated his desire to move on to new pastures this summer in a bid to be part of Mano Menezes' squad for the 2014 World Cup in BrazilPorto striker Hulk has fuelled rumours regarding his future at the Estadio Dragao by acknowledging he is wanted property in the European market.
Despite winning back-to-back Portuguese Primeira Liga titles, the 25-year-old is keen to take on a new challenge on a more prominent stage, claiming it will increase his chances of representing Brazil in forthcoming tournaments.
Hulk's agent recently confirmed Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain are not the only clubs to be interested in his signature, a scenario the former Sao Paolo youth product has now also alluded to.
"I honestly do not know what my future holds, but I am not crazy to leave Porto," Hulk was quoted by Globoesporte as saying.
"All I know is that there are several other clubs besides Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain who have expressed an interest in me.
"If negotiations reach a good stage and some European club comes to an agreement with Porto, then I will leave.
"I know there are two years left [to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil], but in a way there is not much time left. All I can promise is to give my all for my club to earn a place in the squad."
However, Porto have denied receiving any offers as yet for the player, who has amassed nearly 100 appearances for the former Europa League winners.