Antonio Floro Flores will have to wait for another two weeks before being told of where his future lies.
The striker will be sold by Udinese this summer and he's been paired with Genoa, where he spent the last six months on loan, and hometown club Napoli.
"His destiny will be revealed in mid-August," agent Paolo Palermo told Radio CRC on Friday afternoon. "At the moment everything is at a standstill.
"Napoli are waiting to play their first real friendlies of the summer before deciding what to do. It's the same situation with Genoa, and also Parma, who are interested too."
However, a move will be dependant on whether any club will be able to meet the demands of the Bianconeri.
"It's only right that Udinese evaluate his sale as I don't think they want to loan him out again," Palermo continued.
"We need to sit down around a table in Udine and decide what to do. I just hope the boy joins a team who have belief in him."
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