Nicklas Bendtner's agent says he is in negotiations with several clubs amid reports suggesting that Malaga are leading the chase to sign the striker.
Bendtner spent last season on loan at Sunderland from Arsenal and is not keen on returning to the Emirates Stadium as he would not be guaranteed regular football.
His performances for Denmark at the European Championship will have made a number of clubs stand up and take notice, and agent Tom Brooks admits there are several options.
Brooks insists that no decision has yet been made about where Bendtner will be plying his trade next term, but fresh reports indicate Malaga could be in pole position.
Malaga are an emerging force in Spain and will play in the UEFA Champions League when the new campaign kicks off after finishing fourth in the Primera Liga.
"We are in negotiations with several clubs," Brooks told BT.
"We are reviewing the options before we decide where his future will be."
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