Juan Cuadrado will be looking to decide on his future destination after the World Cup, with Manchester United and Liverpool monitoring his situation, Daily Star reports.
Brendan Rodgers was already linked with a move for the Fiorentina attacker earlier, but is now joined by Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur as well.
The pair are said to have already made enquiries over a potential deal for the Colombian star, whose side are now through to the quarter-finals of the World Cup.
United are also rumoured to be after the versatile right winger, and Cuadrado will make a decision regarding his future after he finishes his international duties in Brazil.
He said: “I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: my family and I are very happy in Florence.
“Right now I’m focussed on the World Cup. After which, the time will come to think about my future.”
The 26-year-old player also hinted at a possible transfer value all interested parties need to consider when making a move for him.
“It’s feels strange to be valued at over €30m (£24m).
“It seemed incredible at first, but I’m very happy here. I haven’t changed my mind.”