Miralem Pjanic claims he is in demand and the midfielder has refused to rule out leaving Roma at the end of the season.
The Bosnia-Herzegovina international has reportedly caught the eye of the likes of Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and Liverpool following some impressive displays for the Serie A club this season.
Pjanic, 24, has just over a year left on his contract and the Eternal City outfit are said to be in talks over a new deal.
The former Lyon man has admitted that there has been interest in him, but he is concentrating on keeping Roma's faint hopes of winning the league title alive and then featuring in his first FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
He told Sport.ba: "I am used to these rumours, and I have to admit that there is some truth to some of these.
"Anyway, as I have always said, I am a Roma player and I still have one year on my contract. At the moment I cannot say with certainty what will happen, that's football.
"But to be honest, currently I am not thinking a lot about it, because Roma have some important goals this season.
"I want to think about this, and of course the World Cup. There will be time to think about contracts and transfers later.
"The title race? Unfortunately, the league does not depend only on us. The merit is Juve's, who have an eight-point advantage. We can only hope that they suffer a few shocks.
"After two difficult seasons, we can return (to the UEFA Champions League). We are very close as a group. We are playing well, we have given continuity to our game, particularly in view of the next Champions League."