Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Friedel has options this summer, according to representative Tony McGill.
The 39-year-old American, still considered one of the finest and most reliable goalkeepers in the Premier League, is out of contract at the end of the season and has held talks with Villa over a new deal.
However, his agent claims there is also interest throughout Europe and that his client is yet to make a decision on where his future lies.
McGill told skysports.com: “We are obviously not waiting until the end of the season to discuss Brad's future and I have held talks with a number of clubs.
“The interest is widespread and it is not a major shock given Brad's experience and his continuing high-level of performance week-in, week-out in the Premier League.
“Brad has not made any decisions about what he wants to do, so I would say we are not ruling anything out at this stage.”
He added: “We are not saying 'no' to anybody, and we are not going to rule Villa out of the equation.
“Villa more than anyone have seen how reliable Brad is and how his fitness levels are quite extraordinary.
“I have no doubts that Brad still has a number of years left at the top-level of the game, and judging by the interest in him thus far I am not alone in having that opinion.”