Yaya Toure's agent Dimitri Seluk has refused to rule out the possibility of the midfielder staying with Manchester City.
The Ivory Coast midfielder is out of contract next month but there are increasing noises the 34-year-old could be offered a new deal to stay at the Etihad Stadium.
City boss Pep Guardiola will meet early next week with Toure although Seluk has insisted his client is not short on offers and claims Bayern Munich is equal to his standing.
His outspoken Russian representative told TMW: "Nothing is impossible in football (Yaya staying with City), but I will say the player will soon be free (out of contract). I'm free to choose a new team.
"There are so many proposals on our table to be evaluated. We are considering everything and we will soon make a decision.
"The European competitions are all important, but we do not have any particular preferences and no one is in pole position at the moment. As explained before, not all clubs could afford Yaya. Bayern Munich would be a club suited to his level."
Asked about big-money offers from China and the United States, Seluk added: "We will not consider these offers, for sure. Yaya will continue to play in Europe at a very high level. He wants to win much more, both in the league and the Champions League."
Sources for sportinastorm.com revealed last week Toure may be forced to accept a 50 per cent reduction on his present £230,000 per week salary if he wishes to remain in a City shirt.