Schalke striker Kevin Kuranyi has failed to rule out a move away from the Gelsenkirchen outfit at the end of the current campaign, following media reports in Germany and Italy.
The ousted Germany international frontman has been in fine form this season, netting 18 league goals to date, helping Felix Magath's men challenge Bayern Munich at the top of the Bundesliga table.
But reports in both countries suggest Serie A outfit Juventus are ready to open their chequebook and take the 28-year-old on board when the season draws to a close.
On the rumours, Kuranyi said: "My agents are doing their work and everything is going via them.
"I can only say that I haven't made a decision about my future yet. Everything is still possible."