Alberto Aquilani is awaiting news from Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers as to whether he has a future at Anfield.
Aquilani spent last season on loan at AC Milan but, while they had the option to make the deal permanent, they have allowed him to return to his parent club.
Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani said this week that the Rossoneri could yet revive their interest in the Italy international as, with the likes of Clarence Seedorf, Gennaro Gattuso and Mathieu Flamini all leaving the club this summer, they are currently short of midfield options.
However, Aquilani is to await news of Rodgers' intentions before deciding his next move.
"Within the next few days the English club will let me know their intentions," Franco Zavaglia told Radio Mana Mana Sport. "Alberto has two years left on his contract. It will be the new Reds coach, Brendan Rodgers, who decides what's going to happen.
"If Milan wanted to sign him, they should have done it already. Aquilani wants to play and show his worth."
Zaglia also said there is "almost certainly" no prospect that Aquilani, who is rumoured to be interesting Fenerbahce, will terminate his contract.
Rodgers told talkSPORT earlier this month that he was open to the idea of including Aquilani in his team next season.
"I thought he was a really, really good player," Rodgers said. "Obviously he came to Liverpool and it didn't work out and he's gone back [to Italy] on loan. He's a wonderful talent, a terrific player.
"He might just not be able to settle, he might not be able to adapt to the country, so you've got all those issues and obviously sometimes you're not aware of that until you speak to them."