Arsenal target Juan Cuadrado is remaining coy on his future amid speculation the Gunners are keen on a deal.
The 25-year-old Colombia star is co-owed by the two Italian clubs, but has been in playing for the Florence club this season.
Cuadrado has been one of the stars of Serie A this season and has caught the eye of a number of clubs around Europe.
And news that a row has been brewing recently over between the two Italian sides over who should have him next season could leave the door open to a move away at the end of the season.
But after being asked about his future the Colombian hinted he would be content to stay where he is, while at the same time failing to rule out a move.
As quoted on the SportsDirectNews website, he said: “I try not to read these stories. I leave my agent to talk about the rest.
“I am calm, living day by day and very happy in Florence. I think only about the present and Fiorentina is my present.”