Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United target Christian Benteke has reportedly decided that he will take a call on his future only after playing Belgium's international matches in June against France and Wales.
According to the Mirror, there are plenty of clubs interested in the Belgian striker and are readying £30m ($47m) bids in the summer, but will have to wait until mid-June before learning the strikers preference for next season.
The Aston Villa forward, who has had an injury-troubled start to the season due to an Achilles surgery, which kept him out of last summer's World Cup in Brazil and the club's pre-season tour, has rediscovered his best form under new manager Tim Sherwood.
The Belgian striker has scored 11 goals in his last 12 matches to help Villa move out of the relegation battle and also look forward to a FA Cup final against Arsenal on 30 May.
This has attracted the interest of all the Premier League big guns on the lookout for a striker. Brendan Rodgers has been urged to sign the Belgian international, as Liverpool have struggled for goals this season, while Louis van Gaal is also looking to freshen up his forward line after seeing Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao struggle for form and fitness throughout the season.
Chelsea, on the other hand, are the latest entrants in the race to sign the striker, as Jose Mourinho looks for a replacement for Didier Drogba, who at 37, could leave the club at the end of the season.
Sherwood has also made it clear that the Villa Park outfit will not stand in the way of a striker if interested club's match their valuation of the player, which is said be around £32m.
The report claims that the club will change ownership this summer, with three different groups bidding to get control of the club from want-away owner Randy Lerner.