El Zamalek striker Amr Zaki believes his future will be decided in the near future and the player has not ruled out a stay in Egypt.
The former Wigan forward, who endured mixed fortunes last season, has attracted interest from a host of European clubs but it is believed a return to England is his preferred choice.
After taking the Premier League by storm in the early stages of last season the Egyptian eventually lost his form, which may have harmed his chances of landing a permanent move to England.
However, there is reported interest from Spain with Primera Liga outfit Malaga believed to have made a bid for the 26-year-old, who is expected to command a fee of €5million.
While clubs from Europe's elite leagues have expressed interest, Zaki has not ruled out a stay in his homeland if the right offer does not come along.
"My future will be decided very soon," said Zaki. "I have not ruled out of staying here in Egypt."