The Catalan side have begun a shake-up of their squad following the arrival of new coach Pep Guardiola, with Gianluca Zambrotta having already left to join AC Milan while Martin Caceres and Gerard Pique are the new arrivals in defence.

Reports in France suggest Paris St Germain would be the 36-year-old's preferred destination and the France veteran, who is out of contract this summer, admits the capital club is one that interests him.

"There are a number of things that could interest me, most notably going to PSG or maybe another club too," he told French television station TF1.

"I don't know what I'm going to do in the coming days, so I can't really say."

However Thuram, who is currently with the France squad at Euro 2008, also admitted that Britain or Italy could be possible destinations.

"Going to a club outside of France is also being discussed. We'll see," he continued.

"There are clubs in Italy, England, and even in Scotland that could be interested."

Reports in France suggest PSG are prepared to offer Thuram a two-year deal worth around 3million euros.