Benfica striker Oscar Cardozo reveals that he will only stay at Estadio la Luz if he is offered a bumper deal at the club.
Cardozo, 29, has one and a half years left on his deal with the Portuguese giants and has already turned down a contract extension.
The Paraguayan is held in high regard by top European clubs, with Liverpool and Fiorentina believed to be leading the race for his signature.
While not ruling out Benfica stay, Cardozo’s representative admits that his client is ready to commit to the highest bidder.
“The next contract will be Cardozo’s last and will have to be good,” agent Pedro Aldave told Radio 970 AM.
“If he stays at Benfica, it will be a very good contract. He wants to sign the contract of his life.”
The Eagles have received several bids for the highly rated striker, but their high asking price proved a major obstacle to any deal.
With Cardozo still regarded as one of the most prolific strikers in world football, having scored 95 goals in 143 league games, there is every chance Benfica will face a stiff competition for the player’s signature.