Liverpool attacker Roberto Firmino has now received offers from six big European clubs, according to journalist Jorge Nicola.
Ever since it was announced the 31-year-old would be leaving Anfield at the end of the season, Brazilian side Corinthians were hopeful of signing him.
This is largely attributed to comments the player made previously, where he revealed he was a fan of the club.
However, journalist Jorge Nicola has now put this rumour to bed.
As per the report, he claims Firmino is unlikely to join Corinthians as he still has a market in Europe.
Nicola suggests the forward has already received ‘six heavy offers’ ahead of the summer window.
As a result, he is expected to be ‘at a big club from an important league’ next season.
Firmino expected to remain in Europe
Although it hasn’t been long since he announced he would be leaving, Firmino already seems to be on the wishlists of a number of top teams.
According to CBS journalist Ben Jacobs, Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan and Galatasaray have all shown interest in the 31-year-old, who joined the Reds in 2015 in a deal worth £29m.
Whilst the report claims there are other suitors from the major European leagues also in the mix, the Brazilian has also caught the eye of various other clubs.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr are interested in signing him this summer, and a number of MLS clubs – including Atalanta United – have historically been linked with a move for Firmino (as per Ben Jacobs).
However, with suspected offers from Atletico, Inter and Galatasaray – teams all considered European giants, it’s highly likely we’ll see the attacker playing in a major division next season.