Atletico Madrid striker Sergio Aguero is hopeful that his protracted departure from the Vicente Calderon will be finalised after the Copa America, though he admitted his destination remains unknown.
Aguero, 23, revealed in May that he wanted to leave Atletico and speculation about which club he will end up at has rumbled on since then, with Real Madrid, Manchester City and Juventus all tipped to land him.
But despite the Argentina ace emerging as one of Europe's most highly-rated strikers in recent seasons, it is only the Bianconeri who are believed to have shown an interest so far, with Aguero's agent Bruno Satin rating their chances of signing his client as "concrete" last week.
Aguero is currently on international duty with the Albiceleste at the Copa America, but expects a move - to Juventus or otherwise - to be confirmed on his return.
"I thought my future would be resolved at this point," Aguero said. "I am aware of Juve's offer but only when the Copa America is over will my future destination be known.
"There are negotiations going on with the Italian club but I don't know how many millions they have offered for my services. These are things that only my agents know. My only focus right now is on the Copa America.
"I want to win on Wednesday (against Colombia) and the issue of my transfer is in the hands of my agents."
Any club wishing to sign Aguero, who scored for Argentina in their Copa America draw with Bolivia last Friday, will have to part with €40 million euros to meet the forward's release clause.