The agent of Milan midfielder Andrea Pirlo has refused to rule out a summer move for his client.
The 31-year-old's contract expires in June and he is attracting interest from across Europe with Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Manchester City all in the mix.
However, another option touted in the press is a reunion with former coach Carlo Ancelotti at Chelsea or possibly next season at Roma should the experienced tactician take the place of Claudio Ranieri with the Giallorossi.
"It's not a good time to talk about a departure from Milan," agent Tullio Tinti told fichajes.com.
"At the moment Andrea is only focusing on the field. It's too early to talk about what the future can hold - it's only February."
However, Rossoneri CEO Adriano Galliani previously clarified that the club intended to extend the player's stay at San Siro and talks over a new deal are expected to continue.
The Italian international is currently recovering from a hamstring injury, but is expected to return to action shortly. He has made 14 appearances in Serie A in 2010-11, scoring once in the process.