Aaron Mooy is just days away from deciding his footballing future, with a move away from Melbourne City certain.
The Socceroos midfielder, who is a likely starter for Ange Postecoglou's side against England on Friday night (Saturday morning AEST), has no shortage of suitors.
Clubs in England, Scotland, Belgium, Germany, Holland and Turkey have all expressed firm interest, leaving Mooy with a tricky decision to make.
Belgian giants Club Brugge has been the most consistently linked club.
Should Mooy join the Belgian Pro League club, he would be the latest in a long line of Socceroos to turn out in West Flanders.
Paul Okon, Frank Farina and current Socceroos gloveman Mat Ryan are among the Australians to have donned the club's black and blue shirt.
Mooy will make a decision after friendly matches with England and Greece in the next fortnight.
It remains to be seen whether Bruno Fornaroli and Harry Novillo will follow Mooy out the Melbourne City exit door.
The attacking pair are still on holidays.
There is some distance between Fornaroli and City's wage proposals, though the record-setting Uruguayan is contracted for next season.
Novillo, 24, stated his homesickness on the eve of his holidays, and would consider offers from his native France.