Chelsea starlet target Stevan Jovetic admits he is aware of reported interest in his service.
The 21-year-old Montenegro international has been linked with a handful of top European clubs, notably Barcelona, but confesses until he offers are placed on the table in-front of him, he's focused on current club Fiorentina.
"I read in the newspaper that many clubs are interested, including Manchester City, Barcelona and Chelsea," said the player.
"I don't know if any of it is true, but I'm always focused on Fiorentina. When I get the offers and the time comes for these things, we'll think about it.
"Meanwhile, I am thinking of Fiorentina. I still have a two-year contract and we are also talking about an extension of the contract."
The player's current deal with the Viola is set to expire in 2013, and agent Fali Ramadani admits talks with the Serie 'A' side are set to take place today amidst the interest of Chelsea.
"These are just rumours that I don't want to comment on. Our priority is to meet with the leaders at Fiorentina," said the agent.
"I will be in Florence on Sunday to watch the Fiorentina versus Lazio game and then I'll meet with Fiorentina's management.
"Jovetic is having a great time in Florence, he's reiterated that more than once."
Andre Villas-Boas has invested in young players at Stamford Bridge since his arrival in north London, bringing Romelu Lukaku and Juan Mata to Chelsea in the transfer window.
And the directive is likely to be the same this summer, although Chelsea will face a tough battle to bring Jovetic to the club.