Zlatan Ibrahimovic has offers from Italy and the United States after being released by Manchester United, according to the striker's agent Mino Raiola.
United decided not to offer Ibrahimovic a contract extension at Old Trafford with the former Sweden international facing six months on the sidelines following knee surgery.
The 35-year-old will continue his rehabilitation at Carrington and sources have told ESPN FC there remains a possibility he could sign a short-term deal once he is fully fit.
However, Ibrahimovic can sign for another team at any time, and Raiola has said there is interest from Major League Soccer in the United States and Italy's Serie A.
Ibrahimovic has been linked with moves to both LA Galaxy and former club AC Milan, although Raiola has all but ruled out a transfer to Napoli.
"Many clubs are interested in Ibrahimovic, from MLS in the USA, but also in Italy would be possible," he told reporters. "Napoli? Everything is possible, but I think Napoli will not be his next club."
Ibrahimovic, asked by the VG newspaper how his knee injury was during a trip to Norway this week, replied: "Very good. Everything is very good."
United are on the lookout for a striker to replace Ibrahimovic.
Alvaro Morata is Jose Mourinho's preferred choice, and sources have told ESPN FC that the Spain international would welcome a move to the Premier League.
There is hope that a move for Morata could speed up after reports in Spain suggested former United player Cristiano Ronaldo is now prepared to stay at Real Madrid. Sources had told ESPN FC that United were treating reports Ronaldo would welcome a return with caution amid concerns that the uncertainty surrounding him could delay a move for Morata
Andrea Belotti is also an option for United although Torino are insisting that the €100 million release clause in his contract, available for clubs outside Italy, is met before letting the 23-year-old leave.