Daniel Sturridge is set to make a decision on his future this week, according to reports.
The striker has been a free agent since leaving Liverpool in the summer, where he scored 67 times in 160 matches.
But The Telegraph report that the 29-year-old, who has won 26 caps for England, is now ready to select his next move.
It’s claimed that Sturridge has offers from 13 different clubs from around the world and that he’s expected to move abroad.
Fenerbahce are thought to be the outfit leading the race for the Birmingham-born attacker’s signature.
It’s thought that the Turkish giants have offered the forward a £60,000-per-week contract to put them ahead of clubs from USA, Spain, Italy and France.
The former Manchester City and Chelsea man has recently served a two-week ban and after being found guilty of breaching betting rules.