Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah has not yet decided if he wants to return to the club at the end of the season.
Salah, 22, joined Fiorentina on loan until the end of the 2014-15 campaign as part of the deal that saw Juan Cuadrado move in the other direction, joining the Blues for a reported fee of £21m ($32.4m).
The Serie A side have the option to extend the loan deal into the 2015-16 season, after which they can make the transfer permanent.
Given the Egypt international's sensational start to life at the club, Fiorentina are likely to have no hesitation in extending his stay at the club. But Salah will still have the final say and has indicated he is still unsure if he is ready to cut ties with Chelsea.
Salah was quoted as saying by the Evening Standard: "Chelsea gave me the opportunity to reach that level. I still have one month to make a decision about my future. I am enjoying being here and my objective is to reach the [Europa League] final."
Salah has enjoyed a blistering start to life in Italy where he has struck seven goals in all competitions. The winger's form in Europe has been integral to La Viola reaching the semi-finals of the Europa League, where they will meet holders Sevilla on 7 May.
Roma and Juventus were heavily linked with Salah prior to his move to the Stadio Artemio Franchi. Roma instead focused their attention on bringing Seydou Doumbia and Victor Ibarbo, both who are yet to score since joining the club in January, leaving the club's sporting director Walter Sabatini regretting his decision to turn down the chance to sign the Egyptian.
"I made a mistake in January, the team needed reinforcements in attack," he told Sport Mediaset. "I have made choices that immediately have not been successful and the team has suffered, I'll have to take account of my mistakes. Salah? It's a regret, another mistake I made."