West Ham United target Carlos Bacca has revealed that he is considering offers from various clubs, but admits that it is his "dream" to play Champions League football.
The 29-year-old scored 18 goals in 38 Serie A matches last season, but failed to guide the Italian outfit into the elite European competition.
The Hammers have reportedly had a £26m bid for Bacca accepted, but Atletico Madrid, who can offer Champions League football, are also in the mix.
"My future is in God's hands," the London Evening Standard quotes Bacca as saying. "I have four years on my contract with Milan, but I know of the interest of English, Spanish, German, French and Italian teams.
"It's not a simple decision, but we are calm because there is time and my agent is in contact with these clubs and Milan. The Champions League with Atletico? It's my dream to play in it and I work for it."
Bacca has spent one season in Milan having moved to the club from Sevilla last July.