AC Milan midfielder Clarence Seedorf has held talks with Manchester City of a possible move this summer.
Out on contract in the summer, the Dutchman is looking for a way out of the club he's won two European Cups with in his career.
Seedorf says his future is uncertain.
"I am hearing a lot of rumours," he said.
"But I am awaiting an offer from Milan as there are some concrete offers on the table from Brazil and other clubs. But I will firstly think about the Scudetto before my future."
The 35-year-old would give City some much needed experience as they edge closer towards becoming genuine title contenders in the Barclays Premier League.
But the one criticism of Roberto Mancini's side is the lack of proven winners at his disposal, but in Seedorf, who has won four European Cups with three different clubs- the first player to ever do so, the Italian manager will go some way to dismissing those claims.
City are just two games away from winning their first trophy for 35 years, as they face Manchester United in the FA Cup semi-final, with the prospect of facing either Bolton Wanderers of Stoke City in May's final at Wembley.
Furthermore, City are on the brink of qualifying for the European Cup for the first time since 1968, a further attraction for Seedorf.