Brazilian striker Adriano is considering a move to the Premier League and has confirmed he has received a number of offers to return to Europe.
The three times Serie A winner was released by Inter Milan earlier this year following a number of disciplinary problems and returned to Brazil to rebuild his career with Flamengo.
Adriano's 19 goals for the Rubro-Negro helped Flamengo claim their first Brazilian title for 35 years at the weekend and the 27-year-old now is available on a free transfer.
The striker is considering his next move and said: "I do not deny that I've received many offers. I know that teams want me in Italy and England.
"I will take my time over a decision so I don't make any mistakes. I will think very long and I will also speak with friends and family. But now the only important thing is my happiness, not money."
The former Brazil international, who could yet reclaim a place with national team, has already been linked with a move to West Ham United in the UK press.