Manchester United and Barcelona target Juan Cuadrado has refused to rule out the prospect of leaving Fiorentina this summer.
Cuadrado, 26, has reportedly caught the eye of both United and Barca following his impressive World Cup campaign with Colombia.
Fiorentina coach Vincenzo Montella recently insisted that the winger will remain at the Serie A club, yet the player himself says he could well move on before the transfer window closes next week.
"My future does not depend on me, there is still time until the market closes, no? I don't know," Cuadrado is quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.
If the former Udinese man is to depart Fiorentina, the Italian side are believed to want upwards of 30 million pounds for the player.
United, however, appear to have turned their attentions elsewhere with Angel Di Maria set to join the club from Real Madrid.