Manchester City and Arsenal target Stevan Jovetic will decide his future in June, according to sources in Italy.
Blues boss Roberto Mancini has been a long-term admirer of the Fiorentina striker, who announced himself to English observers with a brace against Liverpool in a 2009 Champions League tie.
The Montenegrin, who has 20 international caps, has scored 11 times in 22 Serie A outings this term after managing 14 league goals last season.
As such, he is expected to be one of this summer's most coveted transfer targets, with Juventus, Manchester United and Arsenal all keen to lure him away from the Stadio Artemio Franchi.
But Fiorentina are also desperate to keep hold of him and are willing to offer him an improved deal to tie down to the club beyond 2017.
And according to Corriere dello Sport, the 23-year-old will decide whether to continue in Italy - either with Fiorentina or Juventus - or move to England at the end of the season.
Juventus are said to be readying a player-plus-cash deal to secure Jovetic's signature, with Italy hitman Fabio Quagliarella tipped to move in the opposite direction.