Fiorentina are contemplating swift action for the renewal of Adrian Mutu's contract in an attempt to keep him at the club and weed out the interested clubs.
The Romanian has been linked with a winter exit, with Qatar-based club Al-Sadd said to be keen on enticing him there with a lucrative deal.
However, La Nazione reports the Viola are pondering whether to offer the striker a new deal in response to the rumours linking him with an exit.
The report claims Cesare Prandelli is eager to keep the Romanian at the Artemio Franchi until the end of the season when they will review his position in the squad.
Mutu's current deal expires in 2012, but the club are keen to keep interested clubs at bay, fuelling speculation that a touch up pact between club and player to reward him will be inserted.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com