Fernandinho may reportedly be persuaded to sign another new deal with Manchester City, despite firm interest from abroad.
Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho is reportedly still undecided on whether to leave the club at the end of the season.
Fernandinho, who has spent eight seasons at the Etihad Stadium, is due to become a free agent in the summer when his latest deal expires.
The Brazil international's agent revealed last week that clubs in Europe and South America, including former side Athletico Paranaense, have tabled offers.
However, The Telegraph claims that the 35-year-old is torn over what to do this summer and could yet be tempted to sign another new contract with City.
Fernandinho has been used 16 times in all competitions by Pep Guardiola this season and was among the scorers in last week's EFL Cup semi-final win over Manchester United.