Juan Cuadrado's agent has just visited Barcelona, prompting reports that the Catalan club are frontrunners for his signature, but the winger insists he has no idea where he's headed.
The Colombian international was sensational in Serie A last season for Fiorentina and gave a very good account of himself at the World Cup.
As the summer started, Fiorentina bought out Udinese's 50 percent share in Cuadrado, but it may be that they did that only to sell him on at a profit.
While the Tuscans insist that they want to keep hold of Cuadrado, reports that Barcelona are ready to splash the cash may signal the end of his spell in Florence.
However, despite the player's agent being spotted in Barcelona, Cuadrado has stated that he has no information.
"For the moment I haven't received any concrete offers from any clubs, even though you read a lot of things in the newspapers.
"I'm not in a hurry to decide on my future. We will see what happens and I will give my best in every match."
Arsenal and Manchester United are also said to be on the trail of Cuadrado, but they may be put off by the reported £30 million price tag.