Carlos Bacca will decide whether to stay at Milan “based on the project and new signings”.
The striker is in talks with West Ham United, and has also been linked with Atletico Madrid, but hasn’t definitively decided to leave San Siro.
“My future is in God’s hands,” Bacca told AS.
“I have four years on my contract with Milan, but there’s interest in me from English clubs, Spanish, German, French and even Italian.
“It’s not an easy decision, but we’re calm because there’s plenty of time and my agent is in constant contact with those clubs and Milan.
“The Champions League? It’s my dream to play in it, and I’ll work for that. Unfortunately the failure of Milan [to qualify] is one of the reasons we’re talking with the club.
“Now [President Silvio] Berlusconi has sold the club to new investors and based on the project and the new signings I’ll decide my future.
“Vincenzo Montella? I haven’t spoken to him directly, but the club are talking to my agent because they know I’m on holiday.”