David Ospina's agent has confirmed that the Arsenal goalkeeper is interested in a move to Boca Juniors, while clarifying that his priority is to stay in European football.
That form has attracted the attention of Argentine giants Boca, who have already landed ex-West Ham striker Mauro Zarate in the current window.
And with his Arsenal future still unclear, the shot-stopper could well line up in the Bombonera as the Xeneize fight for the Copa Libertadores title, although he favours another European switch.
"[Ospina] had an excellent World Cup, and it is important for him to keep up that form," agent Lucas Jaramillo said of his client to El Crack Deportivo.
"We had already considered the Boca option but it is not easy right now economically for a club like Boca to pay that much for a goalkeeper.
"He would like to come to Boca but it is not the time, we are focused on staying in Europe because he is relatively young."
Jaramillo added that Ospina is unsure on what his role will be in a new-look Arsenal team, with Unai Emery on the bench and a new face between the posts in the shape of ex-Leverkusen man Bernd Leno.
And while he insists Europe will be the keeper's first priority, he left the door open for Boca.
"David has two more years left on his contract at Arsenal, he will have to go back now, there is a new coach, a new goalkeeper who has the coach's confidence so this might be the end of the line," he explained.
"But if there are no options in Europe Boca is a great choice because they are one of the 10 biggest teams in the world."