The 26-year-old has been an integral part of Bordeaux's squad, helping them put an end to Lyon's dominance last year, but just like every professional the ex Spartak Moscow star believes there is much to aim for outside the Ligue1.
Speaking on behalf of his client Nestor Sivori told Calciomercato:"Actually lately I've been in contact, although in the past these teams have expressed interest for the player, but for now there are no concrete offers, although teams have stepped from England, Spain, Italy and also France. They will all be evaluated.
"Tomorrow I will go to Bordeaux to know more about his situation. From what I know, Blanc (Bordeaux's coach) might stay another season. If you keep the grit a bit, Fernando could go on.
"The price? Last summer I recieved offers from €12m but then it was not enough.
Today the market is different, because the player's contract will expire in 2011."